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Cognitive science - Formal Reasoning & Truth-Detection -The Basics
(Neurohacking/Basics - French (Fr))
... awareness, perception, knowledge and wisdom regarding that subject. Rational intelligence is NOT the opposite of
al intelligence; they are complementary (eg they work together to give us more ...
The Neurohackers Community
(FAQs/General Issues - French (Fr))
instead of shallow sentiments and anxieties? In a place where there is interaction instead of action and reaction, where people are autonomous and able to be self sufficient yet choose to ...
Subject Index for Archives
Neurohacking Tutorial 18 - Intelligence, Consciousness and Comprehension
... much as it does between
and sentiment or between imagination and fantasy, or, ultimately, between real life and counterfeit games. So there is as yet no specialist name for the field which studies ...
Neurohacking Tutorial 17 - Biopsychology and Belief
... past experiences, ideas etc.; every time we make a decision that something is true or real, we form a belief, and our beliefs give meaning to all our experiences. All beliefs have
al weighting, ...
Neurohacking Tutorial 16 -Working memory & Executive functions
... how habits work, and using self direction to change them – these are our tools in the potential for change. To upgrade habits permanently we must use all three together;
, cognition and interaction ...
Neurohacking Tutorial 15 - Morality, Judgment and Decisions
... abstracted into representational formats; in this case formulae. At root, all of our morals are based on sensorimotor awareness of harm (physical or
al pain) and benefit (physical or
al wellbeing ...
Neurohacking Tutorial 14 - Intellect, formal language and declarative memory
... (weighting) or 'importance' of
, and it is the ability to know ourselves well enough to include these factors which determines how we ultimately experience and evaluate the events of life, how we ...
Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 3
... in particularly challenging situations. Awareness of intrusion from internal dialogue relates to
al awareness and regulation, and self-awareness. Furthermore, modification of negative self-talk ...
Neurohacking Tutorial 13 - Autonomy, self-awareness and the structuring of personality
... unless you have previously completed basics & intermediates tutorials. Most importantly it is vital to have a clear understanding of anxiety reduction, the difference between
and sentiment, ...
Neurohacking Tutorial 12 - Creativity, Bonding and Play
... as anxiety rises).
ally, we need to feel both safe enough to create and motivated (inspired) to do so, and anxiety is the main platform issue that can prevent creativity. Creativity is often passionate, ...
Neurohacking Tutorial 11 - Procedural Memory & Metaphorization
... such abstract constructs as our own
s according to these coordinates. We intuitively say we are feeling ‘high’ and ‘light-hearted’ when we’re having fun and ‘low’ ...
Books -The Head Trip by Jeff Warren
... only say there is a reflection happening between these two domains. So, as an example, in the REM dream, is the fired-up amygdala causing the high
al content, or is the mind -- freed from sensory ...
Toxins in food - Aspartame - info 1981-2013
(Neurohacking/Lifestyle & Nutrition)
... to decrease, leading to
al disorders such as depression. It can also cause schizophrenia or make you more susceptible to seizures. 3. Methanol (aka wood alcohol) (10 percent of aspartame) Methanol/wood ...
Antidepressants - risk of gut infection
(Neurohacking/Drugs & Chemicals)
... not live alone (95% CI 0.62 to 0.92). Self-reports of feeling sad or having
al, nervous or psychiatric problems at baseline were also associated with the later development of CDI. Use of certain ...
Emotion - methods for mood & anxiety disorders
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
, mood & anxiety disorders Targeting abnormal neural circuits in mood and anxiety disorders: from the laboratory to the clinic Kerry J Ressler1, 2 & Helen S Mayberg1, ...
Emotion - disorders of emotion
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
Nature Neuroscience - Focus on
and disorders of
and Disorder of
Nature Neuroscience - 10, 1089 - 1093 (2007) Published online: 28 August 2007; | ...
Anat & phys (Anatomy & physiology) - Brain networks in pictures
... weight, number, degree, quantity, pattern, contrast, frequency, balance, animal behaviors of modeling, bonding, mating, befriending, warning, defense and flight. Empathy, imagination,
Intermediate Functional Analysis PART TWO
... compatible, marked by agreement A inclusive B harmonious C saturated D lucid (b) Meaning: with passionate or intense
A temperamental B transitory C ...
Intermediate Functional Analysis PART ONE
... add up all the numbers from your answers to part a for your N1 'a' subscore …................ (b)Comparative testing for N1 key skills: [ ]1 I am conscious of what
Neurohacking Tutorial 10 -Emotion, relationships & interaction
Neurohacking Tutorial 10
, relationships & interaction (Updated: Jan 2013) In tutorial 9 we explored
and its associations with human motivation, perception, ...
Deschooling essays by John Taylor Gatto
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... encouraged to develop only the trivializing
s of greed, envy, jealousy, and fear, they would grow older but never truly grow up. In the 1934 edition of his once well-known book Public Education ...
Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
... areas: Anxiety, what it can do and how to reduce it Plasticity, Epigenetics & Input control The difference between stress and anxiety The difference between
and sentiment ...
Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 1
... Look straight ahead. Consider any
al aspects of the subject you have in mind. Now think about how imagination might be applied to it. Look up and to your right. Keep your eyes in that ...
Neurohacking Tutorial 9 - Emotional Stability & Unconscious Mind
Neurohacking: Tutorial 9
al Stability & the Unconscious Mind (Updated: July 2012) In this tutorial we’ll look at
al stability and the nature of the unconscious ...
Neurohacking Tutorial 8 - Imagination, Memory and Prediction
... We KNOW about balance; in a very intimate, personal experiential way, and we know what happens when we lose it. For that reason, we can understand the abstract concepts of '
al balance', 'a balanced ...
Memory - memory editing update, 2004-2011
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... methods of easing or preventing the
al distress associated with bad memories. Progress has been varied, as we'll see... 2006 Proteomics -PKMzeta & ZIP Molecular neuroscience has ...
Neurohacking Tutorial 7 - Imagination & Related Abilities
al). In these next tutorials you should start to recognize where we do this and how these various approches fit together to give you an overall picture of the amazing organisms that we are. In ...
Neurohacking Tutorial 6 - Association, Perception and Learning
... upon the new ideas and start to use our imagination. If the skill being learned is a sport, for example, we would start to imagine ourselves performing it. If we are reading an
al story, we would ...
Physiological methods - Epigenetics - Hacking the genome
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... to such objects. This rule holds for all experience. For example if we are only exposed to sentiment and never experience any examples of real
, we will be unable to detect the difference in later ...
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