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The topic for discussion is serendipity in neuropsychology. Serendipity refers to the fact that

something was discovered that was not the original intention of your research. In the field of biological psychology, we have seen this happen in many instances, most notably when dealing with medications. For example, research has discovered that medications that treat Parkinson's disease can also be effective in treating Schizophrenia. Research with medication that treats Epilepsy can also be effective in treating Bipolar Disorder. 

Find an article (from a peer-reviewed journal, APA.org, or NIH.gov) that discusses serendipity from a biological psychology viewpoint.

 


  • What is a summary of the study? include the hypothesis of the original study, what they ultimately found serendipitous; include the psychological component of the topic


DO not have to provide the information of summary things, but I am looking for article that deal with serendipity in neuropsychology

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