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The origins of left-handedness discovered

Ever since the human genome had been mapped, scientists have found it easier to study the functions of the human body.

Recently, left-handedness has been found to be linked to genetic regions responsible for brain structure. 340 more words


New IISc study sheds light on how a midbrain region helps us pay attention

Researchers at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) have identified how a key midbrain region plays a vital role in attention in humans, using advanced imaging and modelling techniques.  51 more words

Random Friday

And since I get those innovation emails again (they were off for August), here’s some random randomness, mostly about the brain. Neuroscience says this is the most powerful way to reward yourself… 236 more words

The Human Being

Evolution of the Human Brain

Evolution of the Human Brain

– Interview with paleo-anthropologist who spent a year studying the brain of Albert Einstein who died in 1955; he used to fiddle on the violin when he was stuck on a scientific problem – permission was given – belatedly – by the son – to have his father’s brain scientifically studied) 244 more words

Canberra Psychologist

Mind Body and Soul - Train your brain

Have you ever felt somebody out there is judging your feelings? Trying to draw a line to tell you whether it is right or wrong?  464 more words


To understand Conscious, you must question your understanding of experience...

When you think of what it means to be conscious, or to experience consciousness. What comes to mind? Consciousness continues to be an elusive and mysterious subject being so central to our lives. 1,476 more words


Instead of Get-Well-Quick Schemes, How About the Truth?

Always The Fight Ministries – Compassion for those fighting mental illness, addiction, and abuse. (c)2019 Nancy Virden

There is a significant difference between those who slam Christian mental health advocacy, and those that do not. 677 more words