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1. Subject Index for Archives
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...    s&f language, analogization metaphorization    ...
... forms part of the experiential basis for our metaphoric constructs. It is thus often in the little things, the small changes, that we can affect permanent improvement on a larger level. This is bottom ...
... or problem-solving in a group context, such as how to distribute scarce resources or defend ones allies Learning (by positive and negative reinforcement, imitation, modeling, analogy and metaphor) the ...
... /Analogization/ Metaphorization/ Digitization (or in fact, Redigitization, because input data is digital in the first place). T13 & T14 give us the background (the supporting processes) for judgment ...
... a basis of fact and experience, to choose our own metaphoric representations for framing reality and design our own inner model for perception of it, to apply our own emotional weightings and bestow meaning ...
... & develops networks. ! Warning -If you practice creativity enhancement before you have emotional control, you WILL get problems. Metaphorically speaking, Network 4 wants to sit N3 in its lap and ...
  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 ...
8. Books -The Head Trip by Jeff Warren
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... lot of these ideas are very abstract so wherever possible I tried to figure out some visual container for them -- either a graphic metaphor in the text, or an actual illustration. In The Head Trip the ...
...  [ ]F I enjoy nurturing things and taking care of things and watching them develop 4.6 Play, Metaphoric language & Creativity [ ]A I'm good at role-playing/acting/writing fiction/poetry [ ...
... the behavior of others. Metaphoric Language & Music Just as there are areas in N5 which mediate the expression and comprehension of the formal factual, sequential, grammatical-syntactial aspects ...
11. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... pattern, every thought, every picture, tells a story to N3. To hack N3 use these media. Every procedure, every metaphor, every construct, every design, every aesthetic assessment, every joke, every piece ...
... has set itself free from contextual and bio-automation limitations, and can turn around and creatively change both itself and its world. Metaphorically speaking, at this point in evolution, an ape threw ...
... what on earth anyone would want to learn them for, as they can be so meaningless to us. We communicate abstract ideas in metaphor that relates directly back to concrete experience in the real world. ...
... low, and we may be uncomfortable with machinery or technology, feeling we are 'out of our depth'. We may not understand metaphors and we'll almost certainly have difficulties with social skills, aesthetics, ...
15. Glutamate & Empathy
(Neurohacking/Drugs & Chemicals)
... patients with schizophrenia and non-psychotic relatives. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 108: 110–117. Langdon R, Coltheart M (2004) Recognition of metaphor and irony in young adults: the ...
16. Methods & Technology Intro - Part I: Methods
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... from, or are exacerbated by, disturbances of significant personal relationships. It explores feelings using cue-based responses and metaphor; links distress to specific interpersonal problems and uses ...
17. ICMM 5 System Information (chain reaction)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... from text in a way a computer cannot yet do. The brain uses a rather neat system for this, based on intelligence's very own 'midbrain programming language'. It is a metaphoric kind of eidetic imagery/language, ...
18. ICMM 20 Future Developments (upgrades & uploads)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... important notion has been described metaphorically--both in science fiction and in serious essays--as a technological Singularity. That term is due to Professor Vernor Vinge, a mathematician and novelist ...
... "Dalai Lama neurons" for they are, dissolving the barrier between self and others. Notice that in saying this one isn't being metaphorical; the neuron in question simply doesn't know the difference ...
... in the brain—to ground the computer metaphor of cognitive psychology in the real, embodied, living grey matter of networks. By itself, cognitive psychology could never have achieved this. As the ...
21. Autism - A Theory of Autism, by Rama & Lindsay Oberman
(Neurohacking/Disorders & Problems)
... lack of eye contact, poor language capacity and absence of empathy, other less well known symptoms are commonly evident. Many people with autism have problems understanding metaphors, sometimes interpreting ...
...  I never seem to learn from my mistakes I am not a good negotiator Metaphors baffle me Most of the time I don’t really think about any consequences of what I’m doing ...
... forms part of the experiential basis for our metaphoric constructs. It is thus often in the little things, the small changes, that we can affect permanent improvement on a larger level. This is bottom ...
24. Galleries
(Category)
   This is the pictures gathering section, with lots of colors, sparkles, curves, artistic and scientific metaphors, full of visual pleasures for your big shiny hungry eyes...    ...