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New Silicon Valley Startup – What the Doctor Ordered?

[By staff reporters]

A century ago, Sigmund Freud developed the radical idea that there is a lot more going on inside our heads that we know.

Today, many doctors (and patients) still stick by his groundbreaking theory.

But, it comes with a problem. As neuroscientist Eric Kandel notes in his book The Age of Insight, “psychoanalysis suffered from a serious weakness: it was not empirical and was therefore not amenable to experimental testing.”

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