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Lucy Patston and Lynette Tippett, two scientists at the University of Auckland, set out to investigate whether the brains of musicians process music in the same brain areas where language is processed. Along the way they also found some interesting results about the effects of background music on thought.
Con frecuencia se nos pregunta qué relación guarda el psicoanálisis con la psiquiatría y con la psicología, o si en el fondo no son la misma cosa. Para resolver esta duda, digamos en primer lugar que el psicoanálisis es un tipo especial de psicología, y que posee una identidad propia que lo diferencia por completo de otras disciplinas con nombres parecidos. Pero detengámonos un poco a ver cómo es esto.
Though crossword puzzles may give your brain an edge every now and then, research suggests other types of brain training can be more effective in improving cognitive function — for older adults at least. The findings add to what scientists are beginning to learn: attention-based visual training has the potential to strengthen neural connections in the brain.
Computer-based brain training looks to be effective for treating some symptoms.
A small introduction to Carl Jung's famous Red Book. Under the following quotation from The Red Book is a short video about the book as well as the link to a free and complete 200MB download of the original text and art of The Red Book. Written on the back of the painting Untitled work, 1917 , within The Red Book, Liber Novus, is the following inscription ( pp 320-1): "The Cabiri: We hauled things up, we built.
Depressive realism is the proposition that people with depression actually have a more accurate perception of reality , specifically that they are less affected by positive illusions of illusory superiority , the locus of control , and optimism bias . [ edit ] Studies Studies by psychologists Alloy and Abramson (1979) and Dobson and Franche (1989) suggested that depressed people appear to have a more realistic perception of their importance, reputation , locus of control , and abilities than those who are not depressed. People with depression may be less likely to have inflated self-images and look at the world through " rose-colored glasses ", thanks to cognitive dissonance elimination and a variety of other defense mechanisms that allow them to ignore or otherwise look beyond the harsh realities of life.