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How brain controls vision and why we leave things out even when in plain sight

Out of Mind, Out of Sight!

Research indicates the brain’s frontal cortex controls vision; it omits things in plain sight

Ever search desperately for something, then realize you were looking straight at it the whole time? 835 more words

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NEUROnomics: Brain Word Map Revealed

By Kristen E. Strubberg Editor-in-Chief

Researchers at University California-Berkley have mapped what they are colloquially dubbing the “brain thesaurus” in their findings published in… 282 more words

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Scientists locate genes that are responsible for happiness

Happiness is conquering depression. Time and again we have been told that happiness and depression runs in our genes. But do they really run in families? 433 more words

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Why I Was Born?

“I’d like you to ask them about something that really worries me. Do I need a purpose in life? That’s what all the books say, but I guess I don’t have one. 155 more words

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Happiness is: Naming Your Emotion.

Many times in our life we experience unnamed and undefinable feelings. That eerie feeling at the back of your mind which makes you break out in cold sweat, the unexplained feeling of sadness that just steals over our min sometime, the feeling of anger and stress for no apparent reason. 71 more words

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FIRST IMPRESSION IS THE LAST IMPRESSION

“First impression is the last impression” we have grown up believing in this proverb all our life. But is it really true? Does the first impression really matter that much? 187 more words

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DO I LOVE YOU? NO, I DON'T THINK SO.

The two scenarios that usually cause us to contemplate “What is love?” give meaning to the question. Either we wonder, “Am I loved?” or we ask, “Do I love?” 94 more words

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