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Bandai Namco introduces the VR Zone: Project I Can in Tokyo Shiga, Dark Souls, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Matrix, Neuroscience, All Over The World, Skyscraper, Tokyo

The Neuroscience of Virtual Reality | NeuroLogica Blog

A couple months ago I received my first virtual reality (VR) headset, and have been experimenting with various games and apps since. (Here is my initial review.) As a neuroscientist, it is a fascinati

A single sensory experience can trigger dramatic gene expression changes in the brain showing how nature and nurture are pretty much the same Brain Science, Science Geek, Science Art, Three Primary Colors, All The Colors, Visual Cortex, Gene Expression, Sensory Experience, Neurons

Nature, Meet Nurture Single-cell analysis reveals dramatic landscape of genetic changes in the brain after visual stimulation

The Sanskrit Effect: How Verbal Recitation Boosts Cognitive Function Brain Training, Neurology, Sanskrit, Neuroscience, 21st Century, 3rd Millennium

The Sanskrit effect: How verbal recitation boosts cognitive function

Now, you can add chanting to your brain training regimen.

Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives. Mental Health Resources, Mental Health Care, Neural Connections, Neuroplasticity, Scientific American, Sensory Processing Disorder, Change Your Mind, Neurology, You Changed

The Neuroscience of Changing Your Mind

New findings suggest it is more complicated than scientists thought

“Significant loss of neurons is a normal part of ageing” and other brain cell myths – BPS Research Digest Spinal Muscular Atrophy, Birth Order, Motor Neuron, Multiple Sclerosis, Neuroscience, Your Brain, Nervous System, Digital Illustration, Bald Eagle

“Significant loss of neurons is a normal part of ageing” and other brain cell myths

Over the years, text-book knowledge about brain cells has proven to be wrong many times. By Christian Jarrett

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7 Common Neuromyths That Many Educators Believe - PsyBlog

Do any of these myths about the brain catch you out?

No “far transfer” – chess, memory training and music just make you better at chess, memory training and music Skill Training, Brain Training, Learn C, University Of Liverpool, Psychological Science, Study Schedule, Working Memory, Learning Theory, Try To Remember

No “far transfer” – chess, memory training and music just make you better at chess, memory training and music

If you want to acquire a skill, train that skill, or at least something closely related. By Alex Fradera

Autism and preservative in processed foods, University of central FL. first study to note a molecular link from elevated levels of PPA, overproduction of glial cells, disruption of neural connections and autism spectrum disorder. Gut Brain, Brain Health, Gut Health, Neural Connections, Environmental Influences, Trust Your Gut, Gut Microbiome, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Central Nervous System

The bacteria in your gut might affect your vulnerability to PTSD

Researchers are now investigating whether tweaking the gut microbiome could help to prevent or treat PTSD. By Emma Young

Betz cells, a type of pyramidal cell neurons located in the grey matter of the brain, are the largest neurons in the central nervous system, sometimes reaching in diameter. Primary Motor Cortex, Histology Slides, Brain Neurons, Motor Neuron, Brain Structure, Frontal Lobe, White Matter, A Dance With Dragons

Does Modern Neuroscience Really Help us Understand Behavior? - Mad In America

According to two neuroscience experts, the field focuses far too much on the anatomy of the nervous system, and not enough on behavior.

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Reading the Bible Through Neuroscience

What was it like inside the brain of an ancient prophet?

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Consciousness Goes Deeper Than You Think

Awareness can be part of it, but it’s much more than that

New drug treats depression in less than 24 hours & shifts focus away from serotonin and onto GABA Mental Illness Help, Brain Models, Celebrity Smiles, The Company You Keep, Dealing With Depression, Scientific American, Depression Symptoms, Schizophrenia, Depression Treatment

Researchers Unite in Quest for “Standard Model” of the Brain

Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.

A Challenge to the Textbooks on How We Learn about Our Surroundings New experiments provide an alternative to a long-reigning theory of the way we form memories of experiences Scientific American, Neuroscience, Science And Technology, Textbook, This Is Us, Challenges, Shapes, Learning, Theory

A Challenge to the Textbooks on How We Learn about Our Surroundings

New experiments provide an alternative to a long-reigning theory of the way we form memories of experiences

Brain scans of four different types of depression could aid in the diagnosis and treatment of the condition. Four types of depression have been newly identified Doctorate In Psychology, Brain Size, Brain Logo, Healthy Brain, Brain Health, Brain Art, Short Term Memory, Book Making, Best Memories

Memory: The Freakiest Ever Fact is Actually True - PsyBlog

Simply remembering everything that happens to us is not the point of memory.

How We Save Face--Researchers Crack the Brain's Facial-Recognition Code Marketing Innovation, The Marketing, Digital Marketing, Affiliate Marketing, Scientific American, Facial Recognition, Customer Experience, User Experience, Computer Technology

How We Save Face--Researchers Crack the Brain's Facial-Recognition Code

A Caltech team has deciphered the way we identify faces, re-creating what the brain sees from its electrical activity