The truth is that just as no two brains are the same, neither are any two diagnoses. According to the NIMH, the most current research…Zobacz więcej #szokiniedowierzanie.
Considerable evidence suggests that dividing the world into Us and Them is deeply hard-wired in our brains, with an ancient evolutionary legacy. (…) Across cultures…Zobacz więcej „The brain’s fault lines dividing Us from Them are also…”
The results, published Nov.16 in the journal Nature’s Scientific Reports, suggest that some undiscovered, fundamental laws may govern the growth of systems large and small,…Zobacz więcej Od dawna to, ja.
The entire relationship between neuroscience and the pharmaceutical industry is also built on the modular model. Typical strategies when it comes to common neurological and…Zobacz więcej „…and that all parts of the brain contribute to all functions?”
In a post at the Brain Blog, Dickinson College philosopher Chauncey Maher advances the argument that some plants, at least, seem to partake one of…Zobacz więcej „…it seems the Venus flytrap remembers that one hair has recently been touched…”
Yet watching Patti Smith sing „A Hard Rain’s a-Gonna Fall” live streamed from the Nobel Prize ceremony in early December to a room full of…Zobacz więcej i nie jestem pewien, czy to jest aby optymistyczne, ale.
A groundbreaking new study at the University of Haifa has found for the first time that emotions are not only the product of the processing…Zobacz więcej toż Lud w naszym kraju wie to od wieków: „tak mnie wq… że się zapomniałem i go […]”
I grew up in Montreal, as part of the Jewish minority within the English-speaking minority within the French-speaking minority in Canada. (a link znalazła Milena…Zobacz więcej „Psychology is blossoming today, but for much of its history it was dull, dull, dull.”