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... thinking”. It concentrates on the principles that guide rational thought and discussion. Logic plays a key role in critical thinking, invention, discovery, creativity, strategy, planning, judgment ...
2. Subject Index for Archives
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...    s&f belief, decisions & judgment    ...
... do them, we often remain stuck with the habit. Giving our mind the experience of and practice at going into a situation without pre-judgment is a valuable step along the way towards habits of healthy ...
... self direction and coordination. In previous tutorials we looked at some of the supporting factors for executive functions; such as morality, reasoning, judgment and creativity. There is one more main ...
        NHA Tutorial 16 Working memory & executive functions [updated February 2016] introduction In Tutorial 15 we looked at the executive processes of judgment ...
      NHA Tutorial 15 Morality, Judgment and Decisions [updated Nov 2015]   introduction In the previous two tutorials we have looked at various factors that contribute ...
... of intelligence among many. In Tutorial 13 we looked at some of the factors required for judgment & decision-making. In this tutorial we look at more contributory factors to these executive abilities; ...
8. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 3
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... output? In your relationships? In your plans?   feedback exercises Draft a list of the judgments and decisions you’ve made over the past 30 days. Reconsider each one, focusing on how bias ...
... concepts of self and world) is as intrinsic in our creative structuring of personality as it is in our framing of reality and contexts; both essential variables in our decision making, judgment and successful ...
... see why this happened. Anxiety-driven power relations in conditioning lead to our acceptance of incongruous value-judgments (such as, poor people are poor because they are either lazy or stupid -therefore ...
... most associated with reasoning. The researchers who discovered this hypothesized that the sentiment-driven processes that lead to biased judgments likely occur outside of awareness, and are distinct from ...
12. Intermediate Functional Analysis PART TWO
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
... and emotional judgment to be congruous and correct when assessing results in retrospect [ ]F I rely on both intuition and known facts when making decisions 6.6 Interaction [ ]A My facial expressions ...
... science. Sync is a process and as such carries no value judgment (ie, it is not intrinsically 'good' or 'bad'). It can be very destructive, like action/reaction, if it happens by accident in inappropriate ...
14. Deschooling essays by John Taylor Gatto
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... Schools are to establish fixed habits of reaction to authority. This, of course, precludes critical judgment completely. It also pretty much destroys the idea that useful or interesting material should ...
15. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... tells a story to N5. To hack N5, use these media. Every plan, every decision, every strategy, every spiritual insight, every realization, every judgment, tells a story to N6. To hack N6, use these media. ...
16. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 1
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... me” “Numbers are complicated; I'm a more creative type of guy” Etc. And thanks to this wonderful site, it freed me for that judgment, and now I know we can become whatever we want ...
... you know about reality that is provably true, and your ability to keep an open mind and avoid value judgments unless they are backed by evidence or can be tested. One side effect of having so much discovery ...
... distance judgment and (especially if balance is poor too) the accompanying phobia about heights. In abstract terms, that leaves us with sparse networks for assessing the long term prospects of things and ...
19. Alternatives to work
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... to the full." Not only was I struck by the Yequana's playful attitude to all activity, but also by their complete freedom from the moral judgment, resentment and guilt that is so often, and so ...
... thinking”. It concentrates on the principles that guide rational thought and discussion. Logic plays a key role in critical thinking, invention, discovery, creativity, strategy, planning, judgment ...
21. Processing - Sensorimotor & Spatial
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... of humans undergoing a “clockwise-counterclockwise” discrimination test. Thus, the involvement of this system in making judgments about directionality of tactile sensations is likely to be ...
22. Learning - Memory & Timing
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... participants incidentally encode spatial scenes that are presented in the background. To ensure simultaneous encoding and retrieval, participants are allowed maximally 1.2 s to make the recognition judgment, ...
23. Methods & Technology Intro - Part I: Methods
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... had seizures?   WORD COMPREHENSION Word comprehension tests your knowledge of common items. Your tester will point to everyday items in the room and have you name them. JUDGMENT To test ...
24. Books: The Healthy Aging Brain
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... to a more balanced cooperation between the rear and frontal networks which are involved in social behavior, emotional regulation, judgment and decisions. With the frontal nets rising in cranial stature, ...
...  N5: resource assessment/gathering & self presentation (“assess & impress”) N6: judgment, problem ...
26. Matrix Theory - The Basics
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
...  Prediction, planning, strategy, judgment, decisiveness, problem-solving   Networks are not considered ‘localized’ apart ...
27. ICMM 5 System Information (chain reaction)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... own concern about survival upon experience and availability of information. Anxiety over possible threats to survival, safety, or well being forces a prediction-judgment-guess program to run on every experience ...
28. ICMM 6 Run (COMP)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... is distorted, and decision making and judgment are affected. Events are judged with disproportional importance. We jump in the river to save our dog (or Rolex) and we drown. No forward planning. No realistic ...
29. ICMM 9 Disc Cleanup (wiping sentiment)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... weighting than the middle. Thus the outcome of any experience fundamentally changes our judgment of it. It also alters our perception of time. A painful experience where most of the pain comes at the beginning ...
30. ICMM 10 Memory Editors (enhancing & wiping)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... feeling no matter how I try. It's as though the events on the notes happened to somebody else; I can read something and have a value judgment on it and think, wow, that happened, how horrid...but it means ...
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