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h1 h1.western h1.cjk h1.ctl p H Lifestyle use of drugs by healthy people for enhancing cognition, creativity, motivation and pleasure L-S Camilla d'Angelo, George Savulich, Barbara J Sahakian Accepted ...
2. Subject Index for Archives
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...    4.206 motivation, drives, instincts Drives, instincts  ...
... which is not essential; we just don't have the energy or motivation. This indicates a system low in power, which helps perpetuate the 'why bother' attitude. The trouble is, the 'why bother doing it' ...
... that disbelief in free will also seems to trigger an increase in cheating aggressiveness, encourages people to be less helpful, and generally saps motivation. Proof confirming our belief in free will can ...
... the term executive functioning: ‘‘metacognitive executive functions’’ and ‘‘emotional/motivational executive functions,’’ respectively.[5] Metacognitive ...
... of mind and mood will affect the weighting of words too, of course, as will the state of mind of any speaker or writer whose words we attend to; and individual differences in motivational state, attitude ...
... interactions and delay immediate gratification if there is the probability of greater overall benefits. As we have explained, autonomy both requires and prompts innovation. Research on human motivation ...
... motivation and inspiration on the psychological level, in order for creativity to emerge (some call this the 'creative drive'), and in order to bring the imaginary into reality via various media. We also ...
... has important implications for changes that take place in depression or traumatic brain injury, where we sometimes see dramatic changes in motivation in humans. To look at this, they had rats perform ...
10. Emotion - disorders of emotion
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... effects mediated by BDNF, and, if so, which facets of the overall antidepressant response (for example, mood, motivation, cognition) are affected? Recent progress in understanding the cell biology of BDNF ...
11. Intermediate Functional Analysis PART ONE
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
...  2.5 Motivation, Orientation [ ]A I explore new things or ideas that attract me keenly and with interest [ ]B I can stay on topic in a complex conversation and not lose track of the main subject ...
      Neurohacking Tutorial 10 Emotion, relationships & interaction (Updated: Jan 2013) In tutorial 9 we explored emotion and its associations with human motivation, perception, ...
13. Deschooling essays by John Taylor Gatto
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... important appointments with themselves and their families, to learn lessons in self-motivation, perseverance, self-reliance, courage, dignity and love -- and, of course, lessons in service to others, which ...
14. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... 'tone deaf'. We need to hunt down and model examples of healthy emotions. 2. Autonomous motivation Has your 'get up and go' got up and gone? Evoking emotions and inspiring ourselves in the pursuit ...
15. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 1
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... & 2D mapping 2.5 Motivation, Orientation 2.6 Observation   2.1 Senses of sight, hearing, distance, rhythm, direction & balance   Sight   Eyeball muscle exercise: ...
... triggers based on healthy (accurate) perception of contextual changes in reality, and resulting in the motivation to perform behavior that is likely to benefit the organism, life and intelligence itself. ...
... of behavior; the two things that don’t motivate people very well -- the promise of rewards and the threat of punishment, because both are forms of coercion. (The trick to real motivation is to know ...
... we need motivation (we have to be interested enough in what we see to pay attention to it), and we need imagination (we have to interpret what we see accurately) even before we need memory.   You’ve ...
19. Alternatives to work
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... networks of your brain. The unconscious knows when you are doing things for beneficial reasons. It has to, because that provides you with motivation, inspiration, excitement, and the drive to succeed. ...
20. Books: Why We Cooperate
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... comply as well. Tomasello advances the view that the specific skills and motivations, which make us help and share, evolved in times of cooperative hunting. The overriding conclusion, however, is that ...
21. Methods & Technology Intro - Part I: Methods
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... became clear that many mental health problems also had a physical component that involved changes in concentration, sleep, appetite, speech pattern, energy level, perceptions (hallucinations), and motivation. ...
... improve optimism and motivation to overcome challenges, which helps reduce stress and boost your immune system and ultimately lowers your risk of disease. Stay connected to friends, family, and online ...
23. Tobacco & Nicotine - nicotine as therapy
(Neurohacking/Drugs & Chemicals)
... a particular brain circuit involved in motivational behavior, especially feeding behavior. It is lodged primarily in the lateral hypothalamus but has projections all over the cortex, especially the nucleus ...
... in desire & motivation systems. Tobacco is useful for: Attention and concentration enhancement, focus, anxiety reduction, reflex enhancement. Side effects are well known and largely due to oxidation; ...
... of neuromodulation is to electrically stimulate the neuromodulatory centers that normally control plasticity through attention or motivation. (See ‘tech’ section).     Drugs ...
... and the ventral tegmental area. Dopamine is also a neurohormone released by thehypothalamus.. Dopamine has roles in motor functions, the motivation and good mood we experience from desire, attention ...
  Books: Why Beauty Is Truth - The History of Symmetry, by Ian Stewart   Reviews "Stewart is a highly gifted communicator, able not only to explain the motivation ...
... enough to learn anything, but also for your desire to learn; for your motivation and ability to take an interest in anything in the first place. Communications between the body and mind and between the ...
29. Matrix Theory - The Basics
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... spurt and forming new connections, which prepare it for very fast and efficient new learning. More hardware is being constructed.(10) The locus of our attention and motivation (guided by innate intent) ...
30. ICMM Start (introduction)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... not a book you can use; go on down the rave and have a good trip, tell us all about it and enjoy. If you haven't the motivation and interest necessary to get to know the machine, you'll get bored, and ...
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