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Date:4/19/2012

ng brain regions known to control these mental experiences. Although an individual's personality or character to some extent drives attitudes, they are not cast in stone."

Small said the study suggests that young people might benefit from learning some of the wisdom that comes with aging, too.

Doraiswamy and colleagues published a paper a few months ago that showed positive acts -- such as letting go, forgiveness and being thankful -- all might reverse the brain dysfunctions underlying regret. "They could prove to be powerful therapies for building emotional wellness and treating depression," he said.

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Visit the U.S. National Institute on Aging for more about healthy aging.

SOURCES: Murali Doraiswamy, M.D., head, division of biological psychiatry, department of psychiatry & and behavioral sciences, Duke School of Medicine, Durham, N.C.; Gary Small, M.D., director, Longevity Center, and director, geriatric psychiatry division, Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, University of California, Los Angeles; April 19, 2012, Science


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