Previous studies have shown that the mental health of people is negatively affected by urban life. Problems related to anxiety, for example, are more prevalent in people living in cities and the incidence of schizophrenia is higher in people born and raised in urban areas, but no one had yet attempted to measure the neural processes behind them.
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