Mind and Memory
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Visual mapping in the brain
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — In the 1983 movie “A Man with Two Brains,” Steve Martin kept his second brain in a jar. In reality, he had two brains inside his own skull — as we all do, one on the left and one on the right hemisphere.
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Biofeedback is the process of gaining greater awareness of many physiological functions primarily using instruments that provide information on the activity of those same systems, with a goal of being able to manipulate them at will. [ 1 ] [ 2 ] Some of the processes that can be controlled include brainwaves , muscle tone , skin conductance , heart rate and pain perception. [ 3 ]
Tactile-Kinesthetic Learners Making up about 5% of the population, tactile and kinesthetic learners absorb information best by doing, experiencing, touching, moving or being active in some way.
Psychology is the study of the human mind and mental processes in relation to human behaviors - human nature.
If you see a student dozing in the library or a co-worker catching 40 winks in her cubicle, don’t roll your eyes.
My body is incompatible with Earth.
First, it's important to understand what "pitch" means.
The Charlie Rose Brain Series explores one of sciences final frontiers, the study of the human brain. Over the next year Charlie will interview the most knowledgeable scientists and researchers in hopes of illuminating a new topic of study.
Nov. 13, 2009 — Short-term memory may depend in a surprising way on the ability of newly formed neurons to erase older connections.
no ta, i have that one already, its why exams and the like have never posed a problem to me, i remember in video (or thats the best way i can describe it) if i want to remember where i put something for example i just run the bit where i had it last and i know where it is if that makes sense at all, until i was about 12 i imagined it was how everyone remembered, it amazed me when people told me that it wasnt and i still dont quite know how other people get by in life without it strangely sound is not so clear, i can remember seeing someone say something to me but not often all the words, and some parts of my earlier memories have no colour, i can still see the "video" but its all in a kind of greenish tinted greyscale, a strange old thing that grey matter 3/05/11 1:05am
Eidetic memory ( pron.: / aɪ ˈ d ɛ t ɪ k / ), commonly referred to as photographic memory , is a psychological or medical term, popularly defined as the ability to recall images, sounds or objects in memory with extreme precision. The word eidetic , referring to extraordinarily detailed and vivid recall not limited to, but especially of, visual images, comes from the Greek word εἶδος ( pronounced [êːdos] , eidos , "seen"). [ 1 ]