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Why it works: Two types of omega-3 fatty acids are abundant in seafood—eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). In humans, high DHA levels are linked to raised levels of dopamine and serotonin, the same brain chemicals that antidepressants boost. What's more, a shortfall of DHA in animals has been linked to symptoms and markers that mimic depression.
Tomatoes are rich in lycopene, a pigment-rich antioxidant known as a carotenoid, which reduces cancer risk and cardiovascular disease. Fats make carotenoids more bioavailable, a fact that makes a strong case for adding tomatoes to your guacamole. "This also has a Mediterranean cultural tie-in," says registered dietitian Susan Bowerman of California Polytechnic State University.
Theory of mind (often abbreviated "ToM") is the ability to attribute mental states— beliefs , intents , desires , pretending , knowledge , etc.—to oneself and others and to understand others have beliefs, desires, and intentions that are different from one's own. [ 1 ] Deficits occur in people with autism spectrum disorders, schizophrenia , attention deficit hyperactivity disorder , [ 2 ] as well as neurotoxicity due to alcohol abuse . [ 3 ] Though there are philosophical approaches to issues raised in discussions such as this, the theory of mind as such is distinct from the philosophy of mind . [ edit ] Definition Theory of mind is a theory insofar as the mind is not directly observable. [ 1 ] The presumption that others have a mind is termed a theory of mind because each human can only intuit the existence of their own mind through introspection, and no one has direct access to the mind of another.