Neuroscience

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What is consciousness?

20 Jun 2024 1 minute read 4 comments TAS BROWN

( Both the video and the article cover the same content. You can choose the format that suits your preference best. ) Perhaps no question delves deeper into the human experience than the nature of consciousness itself. Consciousness is our subje...

Three attitudes that lead to neurosis

27 Feb 2024 3 minute read 0 comments CryptoMax1387

Don't spend your life waiting for justice by first giving away your debt and then lamenting the non-recovery..... There are three attitudes that lead you to neurosis. I didn't come up with that. It's Albert Allison. I'll just put it in my own words....

Our brain cells and negative emotions - some new findings

16 Oct 2023 2 minute read 3 comments Vladan Lausevic

  What biological mechanisms govern negative emotions? Researchers in Sweden at the Karolinska Institute have found clues by studying mice's nerve cells that induce prolonged stress. It has previously been unknown which networks in the brain give ris...

Deep Brain Simulation to Overcome Depression

6 Oct 2023 1 minute read 0 comments WarrenWriter

I read a very interesting bit of science news, that can bring hope to many people who suffer depression around the world. An estimated 280 million people worldwide suffer from depression. Deep brain simulation seems to have the cure, that these peopl...

The Cyborgs Are Coming!

2 Dec 2022 2 minute read 1 comment JSL

Elon Musk and his team at Neuralink is now practically at the forefront of brain–computer interface(BCI) technology. They have further demonstrated at their recent presentation how much they have come a long way from their previous advancements which...

Logic of Emotions

4 Jul 2022 2 minute read 0 comments JSL

          When I first saw Spock(played by Leonard Nimoy) in Star Trek, I thought he and Vulcans in general would be the future of humanity. No emotions and just running on pure logic. At the time, it seems to be the logical flow of evolution if we w...

Possession: A Potential Area for Neuroscientific Analysis

5 Jun 2022 46 minute read 0 comments MatTehCat

Abstract In this paper, I explore the scientific legitimacy of Ideological Possession. To do this, I define Ideological Possession as a kind of addiction. I also establish a working set of behavioral criteria to categorically identify whether a...

What ADHD Does to Your Brain

15 May 2022 1 minute read 0 comments valo

  Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD, is a neurodevelopmental condition characterised by problems with focus, hyperactivity, and impulsiveness. People with ADHD often have a harder time paying attention in class or completing tasks a...

The Story of Man: A Paradigmatic Model of Narrative based on Neuroscientific Literature

6 Dec 2021 48 minute read 0 comments MatTehCat

AbstractIn this paper, I explore the origins of narrative and the neuroscientific evidence in support of narratives. There is clear support that narrative construction and use are enabled by and emerge from our neurological architecture. This means t...

Few have understood what "Meta"​ will be.

10 Nov 2021 2 minute read 3 comments Andrea Benetton

I will give you the thread of my opinion; let's talk about it if you like. Zuckerberg seems now on the defensive about how he used his subscriber data. He tells us that his next target is a kind of virtual reality that integrates into "real" through...