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Mind from Brain Networks 0 (0)

2019-09-21T08:40:15-04:00

The new discipline of network neuroscience yields a picture of how mental activity arises from carefully orchestrated interactions among different brain areas www.scientificamerican.com/article/how-the-mind-emerges-from-the-brains-complex-networks

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The Neuroscience of Reality 0 (0)

2019-09-15T10:18:12-04:00

The reality we perceive is not a direct reflection of the external objective world. Instead it is the product of the brain's predictions about the causes of incoming sensory signals. The property of realness that accompanies our perceptions may serve to guide our behavior so that we respond appropriately to the sources of sensory signals.

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2019-05-15T19:55:50-04:00

9 Common Traits of Highly Sensitive People https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/what-mentally-strong-people-dont-do/201609/9-common-traits-highly-sensitive-people

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App offers treatment option for schizophrenia – Futurity 0 (0)

2019-01-30T05:52:44-05:00

Share this Article You are free to share this article under the Attribution 4.0 International license. A smartphone app could help people with schizophrenia manage their symptoms, especially after regular clinic hours, a new study shows. “Individuals with serious mental illness can and do interact frequently with a mobile health app that provides added support

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Are Some Personality Disorders Polar Opposites of Others? | Psychology Today 0 (0)

2018-12-15T07:21:37-05:00

The DSM maps the personality disorders into clusters (A, B, and C). This blog organizes them into their polar opposites (e.g., Narcissistic is the opposite of Avoidant). — Read on www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/theory-knowledge/201812/are-some-personality-disorders-polar-opposites-others

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Brainwaves suppress obvious ideas to help us think more creativel 0 (0)

2018-12-14T07:48:02-05:00

The human brain needs to suppress obvious ideas in order to reach the most creative ones, according to scientists. These obvious associations are present in both convergent thinking (finding an 'out-of-the-box' solution) and also in divergent thinking (when individuals have to come up with several creative ideas). — Read on www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/12/181210150622.htm

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