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Neuroscience News includes neuroscience research articles, the neuroscience social network, brain research discussions, neuroscience jobs, labs, brain research news, neuroscience images, badges, achievements and more. Neuroscience topics covered include memory research, neurogenetics, neurology research, brain surgery techniques, neurotheology, brain injury research, cognitive sciences, robotics, neuropsychology, nanomedicine, brain cancer research, neuroscientist opinions, neuroscience program reviews, book reviews and other related topics. Future features from Neuroscience News include 3-d neurotransmitter viewing area, brain viewing apps, neuroscience apps, brain images, neurology and neuroscience lectures, neuroscience blogs and university neuroscience program reviews for students. People interested in neuroscience research are invited to share views in our neuroscience forums for free. We hope to get as wide a range of discussions and input as possible.

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Brain in the News Page: 1 of 4 To Keep Your Smarts, Exercise More than Just Your Brain June, 2007 by Guy McKhann, M.D. Keeping your smarts and aging sucessfully comes down to mental exercise, physical exercise, social engagement, and elliminate risk factors which could jeopardize your overall health. Imaging Provides Insight, Leaves Room for More May, 2007 by Guy McKhann, M.D. Mind & Brain News Stress and Obesity Biologically Linked Oct. 5, 2016 — Metabolic and anxiety-related disorders both pose a significant healthcare burden, and are in the spotlight of contemporary research and therapeutic efforts. Although intuitively we assume that these ... read more Oct. 5, 2016 — After being on the losing side of a fight, men seek out other allies with a look of rugged dominance about them to ensure a backup in case of future fights.

How to Trick Your Brain for Happiness This month, we feature videos of a Greater Good presentation by Rick Hanson, the best-selling author and trailblazing psychologist. In this excerpt from his talk, Dr. Hanson explains how we can take advantage of the brain’s natural “plasticity”—it’s ability to change shape over time. gobyg There’s this great line by Ani Tenzin Palmo, an English woman who spent 12 years in a cave in Tibet: “We do not know what a thought is, yet we’re thinking them all the time.” It’s true. Making Mouse Memories In the movie Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, scientists erase troubling memories from Jim Carrey’s head. In real life, scientists have done the opposite. By reactivating certain nerve cells, researchers make artificial memories pop into mice’s heads.

Channel N: Brain and behavior videos All About World Bipolar Day By Sandra Kiume For World Bipolar Day on March 30, 2014, Matthew McKenzie of London, England created a video to celebrate and inform. Continue reading… » High Tech Suicide Prevention Brain News, Video and Description Study shows gut microbes alter platelet function, heightens risk of heart attack and stroke In a combination of both clinical studies of over 4,000 patients and animal model studies, Cleveland Clinic researchers have demonstrated -- for the first time -- that gut microbes alter platelet function and risk of blood clot-related illnesses like heart attack and stroke. [More] Once-daily nutritional drink can help reduce brain shrinkage in prodromal AD patients Controlling the Subconscious Mind Controlling the subconscious mind is not something that can be done with force or coercion. Here's an example of what happens when you try to use conscious willpower to "make" your subconscious mind do something... You may remember times when you studied hard for an important test or exam and you were sure that you knew the material well. But when the time came the only thing more blank than the test sheet was your mind. The harder you tried to remember the answers, the worse it became...and to top it off, after the test was over, and the pressure was off, the answers came flooding back to you! Controlling the subconscious mind with force is a mistake because the act of consciously applying willpower sends signals of struggle to the subconscious mind.

Stephen Cave - Stayin' alive A group of American psychologists has discovered a simple way of turning ordinary people into fundamentalists and ideologues. Their method requires neither indoctrination nor isolation nor any form of brainwashing; indeed, it can be done anywhere and in a matter of minutes. It is just this: the researchers remind these ordinary folks that they will one day die. In one experiment, for example, the psychologists asked a group of Christian students to give their impressions of the personalities of two people.

Top 6 Sites that Inspire and Educate If you’re a professional who likes to be intellectually stimulated and you enjoy keeping up with the latest news and breaking trends, the internet provides you with an endless choice of carefully curated sites to visit. Today, we bring you six of them that we believe are leaps and bounds above the rest. These sites will not only educate you on topics ranging from business and technology to art and design, they’ll motivate you to find your own, original ideas and see them through. They’re culturally relevant, they’re idea driven and most of all, they’re deeply inspirational. TED is short for three incredibly important subjects in our modern world; technology, entertainment and design. Started in 1984, TED brings together the most brilliant minds to teach us about issues that matter.

Brain News: Find Latest News on Brain - NDTV.COM Indo-Asian News Service | Saturday March 12, 2016 The study shows there is something elemental in our brains that is tuned to work with a minimal amount of information. Indo-Asian News Service | Friday March 11, 2016 Results showed that participants who share more about themselves on Facebook had greater connectivity of both the medial prefrontal cortex and precuneus. IANS | Friday March 11, 2016 Exercise-associated calorie-burn can increase the level of grey matter volume in key brain areas which are responsible for memory, enabling the active adults to protect their brain from cognitive decline.

» How to Use Your Subconscious Mind Power Most of us are aware of the existence of a “subconscious” mind – but we don’t necessarily know what it is, what it does and how we master it. The truth is, your subconscious mind power is an amazing ally – when you master it – yet untamed, it can drive the direction of your life in undesirable ways. What is the Subconscious Mind? The subconscious mind is not imaginary. It is very real, and an integral part of you. It is very much like a supercomputer that is in place to help you create your life experience.

Visions For All Meeting the Almighty takes hallucinatory talent and training. And Hannah, a member of the Vineyard Christian Fellowship, has got it down. Per-Eric Berglund/The Image Bank/Getty Images HEARING VOICES A recent study looked at what characteristics of auditory hallucinations were shared and which differed among healthy participants and psychotic patients. Members of both groups hallucinated at least once a month. Download & Streaming : Moving Image Archive : Internet Archive by Internet Archive collection eye

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