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Newly Discovered Neuron Adds to the Mystery of the Mind - Waking Times

Anna Hunt, Staff Writer
Waking Times

“The human brain is continually changing and evolving, and some believe it has even been steadily growing smaller since the stone age, while our intelligence has increased.” 13 more words

Report from the trenches of SfN14

I am having an amazing time at the Annual Society for Neuroscience Convention. As one of six artists exhibiting this year, I feel enormously privileged and I’m thoroughly enjoying chatting with everyone there about brains and beauty. 277 more words

Change - Part Two - Our changing brain function over a lifetime.

There are varying degrees of change and there are also many different reasons for that change. The two main forms are those we decide to make and those that are thrust upon us. 1,794 more words

Health And Nutrition At Any Age

Mimicry and the brain


The link to a BBC article which discusses the debate of whether or not mirror neurons really exist.


Those days where your thoughts go wandering
in the deepest darkest corners of your mind,
to excavate those memories, almost decomposed

It’s not you wanting them to do so, 287 more words


Train Your Brain to Think More Clearly

Neuroscience says that honing how you speak and write also hones the way you think.

When you write and speak more clearly, you increase your positive influence on your team. 84 more words


Brain Basics in Text Symbol Pictures

So I looked at fear last week and I will examine memory and trauma next. Before that, it will be useful to review how the brain works in a nutshell. 569 more words