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Society for Neuroscience

Society for Neuroscience

Использование BrainWave Generator Скачать программу Бинауральная стимуляция головного мозга Люди, которые исследовали работу головного мозга человека просекли, что в различных состояниях своей активности, он (мозг) работает на разных частотах. Они придумали этим частотам названия, соответствующие разным буквам греческого алфавита. Каждая из частот имеет важную функцию. АЛЬФА: 7-12 герц. ДЕЛЬТА: 0 - 4 герц. Технические вопросы Вообще говоря такие низкие частоты невозможно транслировать при помощи обычных аудиосредств (и воспринимать при помощи обычных ушей), поэтому и придумали эту штуку со стереоэффектом. Расшифровка встроенных наборов частот BUILTIN: Attention focusing 1 (cyclic): Фокусирование внимания (циклическое). BUILTIN: Attention focusing 2 (from drowsiness): Фокусировка внимания (из drowsiness) Помогает фокусировке внимания с переходом из низкой альфы к высокой бета частоте. BUILTIN: High frequencies: ВЫСОКИЕ частоты . BUILTIN: Noise sample: Distant buzz: ОБРАЗЕЦ Шума: Отдаленное жужжание .

Seven Big Brain Stories of 2013 What were the biggest neuroscience stories of 2013? It may be years before we gain the perspective to know for sure. But here’s a list of top contenders, and one of dubious value. Each year at this time top psychics make their predictions for the coming year. Back when these appeared only in newspapers, one would need to do real work in order to see just how many of these predictions came true. Then along came the internet, and suddenly we can find out, for example, that LaMont Hamilton’s “mind-to-mind telepathic telecommunication device” has not quite come about – and Nikki’s prediction of a UFO invasion? It’s with this in mind that I offer my own list – a “prediction” of which of the many stories of 2013 will have the most impact on the future of brain science. 1) Human cloning. 2) The Brain Initiative. 3) Sleep does something (else). 4) Fears of our fathers. 6) Crisper gene editing. 7) Rise of the cerebral organoids. Finally, I’ll end on what I think may be a bad idea:

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