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How does the magnetic cortical stimulation work?

For this week’s post I will finally go back on the story of how I ended up doing a PhD in Germany and I will tell you about what I did after I graduated from my Master’s in Neurobiology. 582 more words

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The magic step and the crucial fork

Those of you who’ve known me for a while may remember the long fascination I’ve had with Michael Graziano’s attention schema theory of consciousness.  I covered it… 1,336 more words

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Read : 2019-12-07

Today’s selection of articles:

  1. Neuroscience shows psychopaths can use emotional intelligence to harm. Here’s how to protect yourself” by Justin Bariso (Inc., 2018-07-25). For me, the interesting assertion in this article is that some people (the article focuses on psychopaths) seem to be able to switch empathy on and off — and can use this for self-advantage.
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Typically human: Babies recognize nested structures similar to our grammar

Human language follows certain regularities. For instance, a plural noun must be accompanied by a plural verb, as in the following sentence: “The kids from the neighborhood are playing.” 473 more words

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Brain, Imagination and Creativity

Albert Einstein said of the theory of relativity, “I thought of it while riding my bicycle.”

I was thinking about a perfect life, like everyone does, I wondered how our brain is able to think about stuff that will happen in future. 1,307 more words

Daily Bookmarks to GAVNet 12/07/2019

The repo market disruption: What happened, why, and should something be done about it?

The Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy at Brookings will seek to answer questions on what happened in the repo markets in September and why — and what, if anything, the Fed or other regulators should do about it.

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Improving the quality of cognition and moral and ethical decisions of translators through anticipated positive conditioning – POSTER/PRES

This is a proposition for an article. I’m an independent researcher and what I write goes as far as I can read and type. If you’d like to co-write and article or input valuable information, you’re most welcome to reach out to me. 351 more words

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