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Forensic Psychiatry Is Tested in the Supreme Court - The Atlantic
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A debate on the nature of expertise in psychiatry could decide three people’s lives, and many more to come.

Posted by dryden  (Canada)

BBC - Capital - Is full-time work bad for our brains?
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If you’re over 40, working more than 25 hours a week could be affecting your intelligence, new research suggests

Posted by dryden  (Canada)

Your Brain Is On Autopilot More Than You Think--Here's How To Wake It Up | Fast Company | Business + Innovation
http://www.fastcompany.com/30613...

It isn't that we're making bad decisions. More often, we aren't even aware there's a decision to make.

Posted by dryden  (Canada)

Meet the Brain Banker Who Keeps Thousands of Brains In His Lab In the Bronx | Atlas Obscura
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Dr. Vahram Haroutunian opened the plastic tupperware with a careful, rigid pop. Inside are over a dozen pink, carefully freeze-packed slices of a human...

Posted by dryden  (Canada)

New Clues to How the Brain Maps Time | Quanta Magazine
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The same brain cells that track location in space appear to also count beats in time. The research suggests that our thoughts may take place on a mental

Posted by dryden  (Canada)

How Humans Evolved Supersize Brains | Quanta Magazine
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Scientists have begun to identify the symphony of biological triggers that powered the extraordinary expansion of the human brain.

Posted by dryden  (Canada)

Inside the Brain of a Super Memorizer - braindecoder
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Most people who know just a few things by heart, like parts of song lyrics or the formula to find the area of a circle. But super memorizers push their brains to retain much more information, like dozens of random digits in a series or long...

Posted by dryden  (Canada)

There’s Too Much Gender Variation for Our Brains to (Easily) Deal With 
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We think in binaries: plant/animal, day/night, edible/disgusting, safe/dangerous. Breaking the world into discrete chunks helps us make rapid decisions about how to behave, but can also make us uneasy when we’re faced with things that don...

Posted by dryden  (Canada)

Nearly fully formed human brain grown in laboratory - Telegraph
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'Brain' comparable with that of a five-week-old foetus grown in a laboratory dish expected to advance Alzheimer's research

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How An Epilepsy Treatment Shaped Our Understanding of Consciousness - The Atlantic
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How a radical #epilepsy treatment in the early 20th century paved the way for modern-day understandings of perception, consciousness, and the self

Posted by dryden  (Canada)

[Video] | Watch How Ayahuasca Resets The Brain To Allow For Healing - TIMEWHEEL
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TIMEWHEEL is an artistic collective, audiovisual studio and blog. #brain

Posted by canardic  (Canada)

http://www.wired.com/2015/05/nara-logics-ai/?mbid=social_twitter
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Nara Logics is creating AI for all the businesses and people who could benefit from access to an artificial #brain but can't build it themselves.

Posted by dryden  (Canada)

Woman’s brain tumor turns out to be ‘evil twin’ complete with bone, hair and teeth - The Washington Post
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A doctor saves her from Frankenstein's monster in her own mind.

Posted by gilligan  (United States)

Surgeon Finds Twin In Woman's Brain | IFLScience
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Anyone who thinks their sibling messes with their head may be more right than they know. An Indiana woman had a tumor removed from her brain that turned out to be the remains of a twin who never developed. The phenomenon is unusual, but not... #brain #bizarre

Posted by tom  (United States)

Spalding Gray’s Catastrophe - The New Yorker
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A car crash, a brain injury, and an actor's decline. #spaldinggray

Posted by gilligan  (United States)

Can someone with an average IQ become a genius with nootropics? | nootrologist
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“The difference between genius and extremely smart boils down to if you ever had an original idea ...

Posted by 2tyerd  (Australia)

Nootropics and Meditation | nootrologist
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How meditation combined with nootropics is the ultimate way to improve cognition.

Posted by 2tyerd  (Australia)

Isochroma: pioneer, nutcase or both? What is megadosing? And why do people do it? | nootrologist
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So I’ve lately become sucked into the world of an individual who posts or atleast used to post on many internet forums including Longecity.com and bodybuilding.com and goes by the username Isochroma. Isochroma is considered by some ...

Posted by 2tyerd  (Australia)

The anonymous AMA on reddit that inspired me to meditate, abstain from orgasm and try nootropics | nootrologist
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The anonymous AMA on reddit that inspired me to meditate, abstain from orgasm and try nootropics.

Posted by 2tyerd  (Australia)

Brain knows how to stop thinking, start learning - LA Times
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Anyone who's ever learned music probably remembers reaching a point when they just played without "thinking" about the notes.  #brain

Posted by gilligan  (United States)

 
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