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Poor Man's Polygraph Part 5
Sexual chemistry: How brain chemicals that divide us into four personality groups are the key to finding perfect love...By Louise Atkinson UPDATED: 08:20 GMT, 22 February 2011
Reading someone's mind
The single biggest “push back” I get from people when I share about how building practices into their life can unleash new ideas and help them be more productive goes something like this: “Yeah, that’s great, but I really just don’t have the time.”
MDMA, the active ingredient in the drug Ecstasy, has been reviled as a menace and even a killer. Now some therapists claim it can help light the way out of a traumatic past.
Why do people drink too much, eat too much, smoke cigarettes, take drugs , or have sex with people they've just met? What's to blame for all this bad behavior?
This list is a follow up to Top 10 Common Faults in Human Thought . Thanks for everyone’s comments and feedback; you have inspired this second list!
Ask someone for tips on proper study skills, and you’re likely going to get an answer that ranges from “study in a quiet, sealed room” to “drink a sip of water each time you need to remember a fact.” But from folksy suggestions to ideas based in actual science, study skills are just about how well you train your brain to absorb information. The New York Times reports that scientists have determined a few simple techniques that can enable a student to absorb more information.
The Mind (Backup)
“He has all the virtues I dislike and none of the vices I admire.”
Oct. 4, 2010
The idea that global evaluations about a person bleed over into judgements about their specific traits.
Jan 6th 2011 By Oliver Noble
How all this is produced by 100 billion of the little wisps known as neurons is surely one of the last great mysteries in science.
In the last twenty years, brain imaging studies have revealed that musical training has dramatic effects on the brain.
F or thousands of generations we humans grew up in nature.