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"Scientists have discovered that the learning of language is considerably easier if there is a higher degree of communication between two regions of the #brain..." #language #neuroscience #multilingual
One common gripe we probably have when we observe that friend who can speak effortlessly in a dozen different tongues may be something along the lines of: “Why is he or she so good at learning languages – it's not fair!” Well, now it appears that perhaps there is indeed some hidden advantage ...
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"Now, psychedelic drugs – once the symbol of a 1960s subculture – are being evaluated to treat depression..."
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The last month, in my opinion, was particularly fruitful for new, interesting publications. In fact, I was struggling when deciding which of them to select for this review. Quite a few articles addressed fundamental questions about basic mechanisms of brain functioning, neurodegenerative ...
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At Brainblogger we publish monthly roundups of the most interesting findings in psychology and psychiatry research. For some reason, May was particularly packed full with studies producing important and actionable findings with regard to mental health and wellbeing, covering diverse populations, ...
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"Researchers are looking for ways to simulate empathy and emotion more effectively in cyberspace..." #neuroscience #telemedicine #advertising
Emotions have evolved in humans for the sole purpose of survival. We constantly scan our environment for dangers and chances to satisfy our fundamental needs. Our mind and bodies act in concert through our emotions. What we feel has become so integral to our lives that our perceptions, ...
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Nearly two thirds of us have experienced déjà vu at least once in our lifetime. And the encounter is so uncanny, you won't forget it. You visit your friend's house for the first time. As you walk into the dining room, everything seems strangely familiar. The peculiar arrangement of the tables ...
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"Now, psychedelic drugs – once the symbol of a 1960s subculture – are being evaluated to treat depression..."
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Psychedelics are powerful substances that alter perception, mood, and cognition. Psychedelic use has been a part of human history for thousands of years – for both spiritual and recreational practices – and they have been the focus of intense debate. Now, psychedelic drugs – once the symbol of a ...
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The last month, in my opinion, was particularly fruitful for new, interesting publications. In fact, I was struggling when deciding which of them to select for this review. Quite a few articles addressed fundamental questions about basic mechanisms of brain functioning, neurodegenerative ...
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"Scientists from Italy reported results demonstrating that gene therapy could potentially give hope in the fight against #glioblastomas..."
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Glioblastoma is one of the deadliest tumours, with very low survival rate and no efficient therapies available. The current gold standards of management, namely surgery, chemo- and radiotherapy, have little effectiveness since these tumours typically exhibit very aggressive recurrences within a ...
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There’s a theory – the brain opioid theory of social attachment – that states that the opioid system is a fundamental element in social bonding... #neuroscience #research #relationships #opioids
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Primates have unusually large brains in relation to body size compared to all other vertebrates. The reason for this outstanding anatomical feature is broadly accepted to be the complex social interactions primates have developed. This theory is known as the “social brain hypothesis”, and, ...
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"Our representation of the immediate world depends on its relevance to the task at hand, where expectations and beliefs can make even the most important objects go quite literally unseen...." http://bit.ly/25N6ALd #neuroscience #illusions #brainwashed #BarackObama
A new research study published in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience demonstrates the phenomenal power of our expectations in shaping our perception of reality. So powerful in fact they can even make the face of one of the most famous men on Earth, the President of the United States, Barack Obama, ...
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