A study published in the British Medical Journal shows how the brain and body can be synchronized for more than three hours of a movie.

Researchers at the University of Cambridge found that while the brain does not automatically know when it is being trained, it can be programmed to automatically respond when a movie is over or the credits roll.

The researchers used a technology called brain-based stimulation (BS) to see how the system could work.

The study was conducted in collaboration with the University Hospital of Cologne, who used a similar technique to see if it could be used to help treat people suffering from depression.BS uses electrodes to stimulate a part of the brain called the ventral tegmental area, which is the area that helps to regulate our emotions.

The technology uses electrodes placed in a small area of the head and placed under the tongue to stimulate this area.

It can be used as an alternative to conventional brain stimulation, but it is less effective because it requires a lot of stimulation and requires the person to sit still for long periods of time.

The research team, led by Professor Christopher Poon, said the technique was used in people suffering with depression and had shown promise.

“The technique is effective and shows promise for depression,” he said.

“In some cases it could lead to treatment for patients who are at high risk of developing depression.”

This is the first study to show that this method can be successfully used in patients who suffer from depression.

“Professor Poon said the method was particularly useful in people with a history of depression, such as those with a family history of it.”

People who are prone to depression are likely to be particularly vulnerable to the adverse effects of this procedure because they have difficulty controlling their emotions, or even their ability to control their body,” he added.”

We hope that by understanding this procedure we can make a difference in their treatment.

“He said that if the technology is used in the future, people suffering depression would be able to be trained to watch movies.”

It is not known if this technique could be applied to people with mild to moderate depression or those with severe depression, but the ability to do so in a safe and controlled way is promising,” he explained.”

More research is needed to determine if this is a useful method for people with depression.

“Dr David Jones, a psychiatrist and clinical psychologist from the University Medical Center Utrecht, said he was very excited about the research.”

There are some very promising results from this technology, but more research is required to fully understand how this technology works,” he told MTV News.”

As we know from neuroscience, the brain works best when we can concentrate and concentrate on a task, and if we can do this with a small, precise brain stimulation device, then it may be possible to improve mental health for many people with chronic depression.