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... declarative memory, cleverness, academic, and cognitive thinking.   DO IT NOW Semantic Problem Spotting Suggest some contrary things different authors might mean by the following words ...
2. IMMMUN chapter 6
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... discerning and evaluative system employing chemical-based motivational systems for learning and memory in both concrete and abstract domains. Our innate evolutionary dynamic nature endows us with universal ...
3. IMMMUN chapter 5
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... that it is. We assome it is because biology expects it to be, since emotion is such a very important part of communication of information, memory and learning and hence one of our best resources for survival ...
4. IMMMUN chapter 4
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... (single neurons or neural ensembles) can synchronize. Neural oscillations and synchronization have been linked to many cognitive functions such as information transfer, perception, motor control and memory. ...
5. IMMMUN chapter 3
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... behind the eyes all the work is going on; neurochemistry, physiology, genetic expression, memory access, emotional mood and even anatomy are all changing; becoming more optimal for health and development.   ...
6. IMMMUN chapter 2
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... aims and goals. Simply, modes affect everything; behavior, neurochemistry, sensory awareness, immunity, emotional responses, memory, imagination, learning, IQ and cognition.  These two primary ...
7. IMMMUN Appendix 1
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...  awareness motor calibration sensory calibration emotional weighting calibration (unconscious) proprioception alertness perception sensorimotor memory embodiment sync ...
8. IMMMUN Chapter 1
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...    By 'intelligence' I don't mean IQ; I mean the natural development of our mind/brain in optimal conditions with all the accompanying skills and abilities; our imagination, memory, emotional ...
9. I've Made My Mind Up Now: Foreword
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... motivation. We make our own map, rather than following someone else's map. This is 'off road' learning. That's how we learn naturally. That's how memory most easily expands its database. That's how I've ...
10. I've Made My Mind Up Now: Contents
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... growth & repair, protection   secondary modes: stretch, relax and salience   PROGRAMS   the processing cycle of emergence   learning, memory & creativity programs   ...
... of cognitive-enhancing drugs by students to aid memory and concentration. Amongst university students in Canada and the US, the practice appears to be commonplace and increasing, with recent surveys ...
12. Subject Index for Archives
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...      s&f memory & learning  ...
... perceived need drives all systems including memory, we can always hack our way back to progress, out of a rut and away from decline. Paying attention and maintaining mindful awareness of reality is the ...
... within the hierarchy uses temporal differentiation (lower levels respond to short, fast signals, higher levels respond to longer, slower signals) to construct a sequence of events in memory in the correct ...
        NHA Tutorial 16 Working memory & executive functions [updated February 2016] introduction In Tutorial 15 we looked at the executive processes of judgment ...
... (e.g., working memory, emotional processing, or cognitive control). Theory of Mind (ToM) and empathy are two processes that support morality. ToM involves the VMPFC, which facilitates the appreciation ...
    NHA Tutorial 14   Intellect, formal language and declarative memory updated August 2015   Introduction It is important in this Tutorial to understand that Intellect ...
18. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 3
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... hardwired calculation abilities 5.2 Self awareness, self esteem, presentation 5.3 Declarative memory & association 5.4 Ergonomic processing & analysis 5.5 Autonomy, innovation, introspection ...
... relatively small, easily-damaged, squishy little things which do not last for very long and probably have a finite memory capacity (even if we don't know what it is yet). Planets such as the one on which ...
... if sensorimotor input has been sparse, overall memory may be sparse. Different people at different stages of development will have different issues, so input control both for improving rear nets and for ...
  NHA Tutorial 11 Procedural Memory & Metaphorization   INTRO We looked at Network 4 and some of its functions in the last tutorial, including our ability to abstract ...
22. Books -The Head Trip by Jeff Warren
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... consciousness just turns inside out. Instead of moving through a world constructed from sensory input, we move through a world constructed from memory and imagination. We do lose certain self-reflective ...
23. Toxins in food - Aspartame - info 1981-2013
(Neurohacking/Lifestyle & Nutrition)
...  Multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease Memory and hearing loss Hormonal problems Epilepsy  ...
24. Emotion - methods for mood & anxiety disorders
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... should be addressed to Kerry J Ressler kressle@emory.edu     Recent decades have witnessed tremendous advances in the neuroscience of emotion, learning and memory, and in animal models ...
25. Emotion - disorders of emotion
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... implicated in synapse development as well as learning and memory24. Remarkably, promoter III is a target of epigenetic regulation26, 27. Promoter III transcription is suppressed by MeCP2, a transcriptional ...
26. Advanced questions for Profiling Game
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... or involved in religion or spirituality” If someone asked X, 'what's the speed of light?' they would probably (a) know from memory (b) not remember, but know where to look it up fast (c) not know ...
... will be comparing the input to examples from eidetic memory. Further forward and to the left N5 joins in, probably calculating or deducing the finer details of motion (N2 having recognized the basics). ...
... right moves are like. Modeling successful moves from memory enables us to copy what we did yesterday that worked, and try adding a bit more, and the practice & variation stage speaks for itself.   ...
29. CR - Intermittent Fasting research
(Neurohacking/Lifestyle & Nutrition)
... also involved in the process of renewing brain cells - especially in the hippocampus - when we are not overweight. [2] The hippocampus is the area of the brain where most of our memory functions are located, ...
30. Intermediate Functional Analysis PART TWO
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
... change, I generally like who I am. 5.3 Declarative memory & association [ ]A I'm good at remembering facts about things [ ]B I can discriminate facts from opinions [ ]C I very rarely forget ...
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