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1. Subject Index for Archives
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...  7.101 aging       ...
... tasks; not just because you're still managing to get useful things done, but because your mood will change when you get up and move and start doing things, reducing anxiety and freeing up mental resources ...
... and appearance. For example, queen bees can produce as many as 2,000 eggs in a single day, whereas worker bees are sterile. Worker bees spend their days foraging for food, collecting pollen, maintaining ...
... to 'probably' provide the principal neural substrate.[4] Advances in neuroimaging have now provided the tools for assessing directly the neuronal basis of executive functions, and it's becoming more obvious ...
... that have previously led a species to developmental success; rules about behaviors and rules for engaging those behaviors which are beneficial to biology. If we perform these procedures correctly, there ...
... a person has in engaging formal operations also makes a significant difference to their ability and efficiency in solving problems. Additionally, some people may have the ability to use formal operational ...
7. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 3
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... working memory, fast reflexes...etc ”   Engaging in directed abstraction appears to give a particular boost to those people who tend to believe they have low competence day to day: afterwards, ...
... – with 2D extracranial measurements of the regional cortical cerebral blood flow (rCBF) [18] as well as with high resolution positron emission tomography (PET). [19] The results of functional imaging ...
... of these 'enlightenment periods' throughout our history during which our cultural progress occurs much faster than at other 'less enlightened' periods. This time, the internet, imaging, biotech, gene sequencing ...
... inability to “multitask” undercuts the prospects for a woman to juggle career and family with any measure of success. The brain as media icon has emerged repeatedly in recent years as new imaging ...
... - its own specialized way - of 'representing' reality and each incorporates the data from those before, for intelligence to get an ever-clearer conscious perspective. Engaging as each network first develops ...
12. Books -The Head Trip by Jeff Warren
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... is an engaging field guide in these adventures, and The Head Trip will interest anyone curious about the black box of consciousness. In the interview below, he explains why “dreaming is bananas,” ...
13. Emotion - methods for mood & anxiety disorders
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... pathological foci. Other approaches include drugs that are given in relation to specific learning events to enhance or disrupt endogenous emotional learning processes. Imaging data suggest that common ...
14. Emotion - disorders of emotion
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... with normal human subjects, levels of BDNF are lower in postmortem brain tissue from depressed patients but higher in those who were taking antidepressants at the time of death16. Furthermore, brain imaging ...
15. CR - Intermittent Fasting research
(Neurohacking/Lifestyle & Nutrition)
... is particularly damaging in our 40s and 50s, for reasons that aren't clear yet. Obesity at that age is a marker for cognitive problems later.' The good news is that this brain-cell damage can be reversed ...
... why certain combinations of sounds, many employed in classical and movie music, can affect us emotionally and prompt visualization of scenes from nature (e.g., an early spring morning, a raging storm, ...
17. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... that you've been soaking up examples of sentiment, so review your reading, listening and watching habits -are they encouraging you to behave in foolish ways? Congruous association and trust exercise ...
18. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 1
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... serves as a powerful antioxidant that contributes to scavenging of DNA-damaging free radicals. Another example is the polyphenol epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), which is contained in green tea and ...
... behaviors. Another way of saying this is that emotions emerge from the interaction between internal and external behaviors; between the mind and its contextual reality.   Evidence from Brain Imaging ...
... mode is engaged because the unconscious mind imagines emergency responses may be necessary. That's all N3 'knows'; that it MUST enable emergency responses via engaging protection mode whenever there is ...
21. Memory - memory editing update, 2004-2011
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... protein could derail short-term memory. That was the case when researchers boosted alpha-CaM kinase II activity in mice within ten minutes of engaging the animals in a learning activity—it stunted ...
... them on the model the percepts are close enough to known concepts to be understood. Doing them physically ourselves isn’t required for understanding; we can imagine how they are done. In fact, neuroimaging ...
... context to better fit in with our own requirements, and is also related to animal home building, aesthetics and communication. Engaging in creative play on a regular basis creates a concentration of ...
24. Dr TB tripping
(Workshop/Galleries)
25. Dr TB not tripping
(Workshop/Galleries)
26. Understanding nutrition - Simple Guide to Food chemistry
(Neurohacking/Lifestyle & Nutrition)
... aging   good immunity good mental health   Healthy growth fast healing  ...
27. Passages in the Void
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... Earth. There was a universal consensus that it was insane, and it was thought that making it clean up the mess it had made by managing the Earth's population might show it the folly of its way and bring ...
28. Physiological methods - Epigenetics - Hacking the genome
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... - one of the longest recorded life-span extensions in any organism. Human cells with reduced SIRT1 activity also appear to confirm that SIRT1 has a pro-aging effect. These findings do not negate discoveries ...
29. Alternatives to work
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... us. With all their baggage added to ours and everyone aboard, the vast canoe still looked rather empty. Portaging it, this time with only four or five Indians to help, over half a mile of boulders beside ...
30. Grow your own food
(Homeworld/Permaculture & Self Sufficiency)
... such as a scarecrow. Cherries are prone to attack from aphids, so if you grow them it’s worth encouraging ladybirds and lacewings to visit your garden, which will keep the aphid population in check. ...
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