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Do I have a Drinking Problem?

Let’s face it, having a few adult beverages is as American as apple pie and fireworks. We drink to celebrate newlyweds or to ring in the new year. We drink mi…

Carrie Mead
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NANOMEDICINE - WHAT IS IT?

In today’s article, we will take a look at a new emerging area of medicine - nanomedicine. To begin with, it is worth understanding what it is. Nanomedicine is…

Jody Mills
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BMI - THE TECHNOLOGY OF THE FUTURE

Over the past 30 years, neurobiology has evolved rapidly and has been introduced into our lives. What once seemed like a fantasy from the distant future is now…

Jody Mills
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The Secret to Developing a Positive Mindset for Confidence and Success (3 Tips to a Lasting Shift)

How much we make, how we respond to stressful situations, mental illness, our personality, and level of success are all things that run in the family.

“It’s j…

Deann Rae Jensen
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Intelligence Explained by Research

Our brain is the most complex part of the human body. What the brain can do, and how it can do it, have even inspired a model of artificial intelligence (AI). …

Demi Powell
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Our Future can be as Purposeless as the Past

The next great stage of our evolution has begun. But what will our successes look like – and will they be that different to us?

“In the 21st century,” Yuval N…

Demi Powell
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Boost your IQ with this simple habit

Most of us think of IQ as a fixed thing, like a SAT score. You take a test, they tell you how smart you are, and that’s that.

Turns out that’s wrong.

Neurosc…

Demi Powell
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What is spiritual intelligence (SQ), according to Neuroscience

Neurological research has found that the brain has three distinct processing modes, called serial, parallel and synchronous. Serial processing is associated wi…

Demi Powell
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The Neurology of Self-Awareness

What is the self? How does the activity of neurons give rise to the sense of being a conscious human being? Even this most ancient of philosophical problems, I…

Demi Powell
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Sense of Self might be an illusion – New Discovery

Everyone knows what it feels like to have consciousness: it’s that self-evident sense of personal awareness, which gives us a feeling of ownership and control …

Demi Powell
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4 things to do to become happier, according to neuroscientists

You get all kinds of happiness advice on the internet from people who don’t know what they’re talking about. Don’t trust them.

Actually, don’t trust me either…

Demi Powell
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Psychologists and Neuroscientists Explain The Flow

Spirituality has been making an interesting comeback in recent years, or perhaps an entrée into the mainstream, with a new generation of young gurus and “ spir…

Demi Powell
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Your brain can be restructured by the way you speak

The words you choose to use can literally change your brain.

Dr. Andrew Newberg, a neuroscientist at Thomas Jefferson University, and Mark Robert Waldman, a c…

Demi Powell
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Would you Trust AI more than Doctors?

It’s common knowledge that modern medicine is much different from what it was a hundred years back. We have vastly expanded our knowledge on why we get differe…

Demi Powell
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Your lost memories can be recovered

Everyday living may be such a challenge for those with short-term memory loss. But researchers have now demonstrated that memories are rarely absolutely lost—i…

Demi Powell
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There is a complex universe in your brain

A sensational discovery has been made by experts as scientists have found that the human brain is home to structures and shapes that have up to 11 dimensions. …

Demi Powell
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Listening to Music Releases Body's Natural Painkillers

The same brain-chemical system that mediates feelings of pleasure from sex, recreational drugs, and food is also critical to experiencing musical pleasure, acc…

Toni Underwood
Neuropsychology
The Era of Pervasive Neurotechnology

Pervasive neurotechnology is a growing area of neuroscience, developed to enhance the brain’s performance and cognitive health. These technologies are non-inva…

Ted Manning
Neuropsychology
Neuroscience of Trusting Yourself: Your Brain Always Has a Backup Plan

Whether we’re navigating a route to work or browsing produce at the grocery store, our brains are constantly making decisions about movement: Should I cross th…

Lela Valdez
Neuropsychology
Neuroscience — Religion Shaped the Very Structure of Our Brains

Religion and neuroscience are not an obvious pairing. But earlier this week, a study published in Social Neuroscience demonstrated that spiritual feelings acti…

Vivian Adkins
Neuropsychology
Anti-cancer drug may alleviate symptoms of autism

New study led by the State University of New York at Buffalo indicates an anti-cancer drug could have the ability to reverse social impairments related to auti…

Sylvester Dean
Neuropsychology
From lullabies to live concerts: How music and rhythm shape our social behaviour

A universal sign of motherhood is the lullaby. The world over, mothers sing to their babies, whether Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, their favouritetunefrom the r…

Sylvester Dean
Neuropsychology
Brain Cell Myths Busted! Ageing and Alcohol DO NOT Cause Neurons Loss

Basic facts about the brain are a key part of many introductory psychology courses, including information about brain cells. For instance, for years, students …

Felipe Thomas
Neuropsychology
The Real Neuroscience of Creativity and Imagination. Debunking The Myths

Thoughtful cognitive neuroscientists such as Anna Abraham, Mark Beeman, Adam Bristol, Kalina Christoff, Andreas Fink, Jeremy Gray, Adam Green, Rex Jung, John K…

Felipe Thomas