THE BRAIN FROM TOP TO BOTTOM
This exhibit explores our ability to pay attention to several things at once. When we scan a scene, we keep track of things we've already noticed and determine what to look at next—even though we may not be aware of doing so. Some scientists beli...
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Hack Your Brain's Default Mode With Meditation
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Bioengineer Kwabena Boahen's Neurogrid can simulate one million neurons and billions of synaptic connections. Boahen is working with other Stanford scientists to develop prosthetic limbs that would be controlled by a Neurogrid-like chip.
MIT and Harvard neuroscientists explain why the practice helps tune out distractions and relieve pain.
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In this excerpt from our best-selling DVD "Making the System Work For You", Dave Yoho - http://www.DaveYoho.com - gives a remarkable example as to the impact...
If you look directly at the "spinning" ball in this illusion by , it appears to fall straight down. But if you look to one side, the ball appears to curve to one side. The ball appears to swerve because our peripheral vision system cannot process all...
A visually compelling tour of the human brain, from anatomy to cells to genes and back.
You are not who you think you are. Your personality and identity is significantly more malleable than you realize. With a few simple tricks, you can exploit your brain's innate functionality to change just about anything about yourself.
One of the greatest challenges in neuroscience is to identify the map of connections between neurons. In a landmark paper published in PNAS, the EPFL's Blue Brain Project (BBP) has identified key principles that determine synapse-scale connectivity b...
Remember the first time you saw a Möbius strip (the ring-shaped surface with only one side) and it felt like your world had been turned upside down?
The mirror neurons were proved to be the ones we use to learn and even change our way of feeling from what we see. They were discovered by mistake in an experiment with a monkey. Ro: neuroni oglinda
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Robert J. White Neurosurgeon Cleveland Medical Hospital Ohio
After millennia of research, experts still don't know very much about the human brain. As such, most of what you have picked up on the subject from pop culture is just laughably wrong.
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Bobby McFerrin uses the pentatonic scale and an audience's expectations to demonstrate neural programming at the World Science Festival 2009 . . Thanks for w...
Boing Boing presents a remix of "Synesthesia," a documentary directed by Jonathan Fowler (jonathan-fowler.com) about people whose senses blend, or mix. For i...
Studies of napping have shown improvement in cognitive function creative thinking and memory performance. Ready set . . . snooze.
Research news from the cutting edge of neuroscience.
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and of the Wellcome Department of Imaging Neuroscience, University College London have found using Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) that
Navigate the brain in a way that was never before possible; fly through major brain pathways, compare essential circuits, zoom into a region to explore the cells that comprise it, and the functions that depend on it.
http://www.lifeprinciples.com Psychiatry is slowly becoming the most discredited profession in the world. The Citizens Commisson on Human Rights (CCHR) blows...
Brain is certainly the most amazing part of human body. It becomes more interesting when it does not work the way you expect it should. Psychology frequently
http://www.ted.com Henry Markram says the mysteries of the mind can be solved -- soon. Mental illness, memory, perception: they're made of neurons and electr...