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... brain networks skewing healthy development, and that making the brain do the wrong things at the wrong ages is in part responsible for retarding (‘holding back’) this part of intelligence (although ...
2. IMMMUN chapter 5
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... system and putting the wrong weighting on everything. System control is lost and we slip into protection mode, rapidly disconnecting the fast 'emergency services' run by the rear networks from the energy-hungry, ...
3. IMMMUN chapter 4
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... triggering the genetic changes necessary for the brain networks to develop that enable more and more control.   Along with each domain mastered comes the ability for relevant input control; ...
4. IMMMUN chapter 3
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... after domestication).   Physiological changes The most affected portion of the brain in domestic mammals is the medial system (adepts: networks 3 and 6; newbies: brain areas processing ...
5. IMMMUN chapter 2
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... place. Blood flow and nutrients dynamically adapt to supply whatever networks we are using the most (thus, some types of MRI scanning can measure blood oxygen levels to tell us which areas or networks ...
6. IMMMUN Appendix 1
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... neurohacking. A free self assessment for all networks is available here: http://www.neurohackers.com/index.php/en/menu-left-nh-library/menu-left-nh-tutorials/63-art-nh-tutorial3    matrices ...
7. IMMMUN Chapter 1
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
...      Systems - mind & brain In this book, 'your mind' is viewed as the software embodied in the networks of your brain, ie, it is not anything wispy, isolated or supernatural; ...
... learning, exercise and cognitive training activate neural networks in the brain. In rats, both learning and physical activity have been shown to increase neurogenesis in the brain (Gould et al., 1999; ...
9. Subject Index for Archives
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...  4.1 A&P, networks, physical 4.101 A&P general Axons & white matter  ...
... brain region), feedforward information; inter-network feedback, and intra-network (within the same network) feedback. Functional networks accomplish much if not all of this task. There is an approximate ...
... processing we do. Our core concepts represent the basic components of all our processing algorithms. Memory is a process which takes place between networks, as all higher processes (and almost all ...
... these we will need to understand more about functional networks (as opposed to anatomical networks), so we're exploring those in greater depth in terms of how they function within executive processing. ...
... Waste of resources (including time or energy) is bad.   Morality relies on supporting abilities and networks; for example without emotional stability, imagination and empathy, morality ...
... for all processes of reasoning. In reasoning, neural activity is driven by internal dynamics; networks are called upon as relevant to individual reasoning tasks; processing times, stages, and often functional ...
15. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 3
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... values 1-26 [A=1, B=2 etc]. Try to think of words in which the sum of the letters adds up to 40. Next time you can use a different figure.     Exercise for networks 4 & 5 – hand ...
... at networks 5 & 6 and the integration of mental processes for whole brain function. Tutorials 13-15 focus on Network 5 and some of its main processes. In Tutorial 12 we explored how creativity emerges ...
... platform of interactive networks is therefore dynamic and capable of achieving -and changing as required- the optimal physiological and chemical states for each part of the creative process.[3] These ...
... or mainstream media sites that are not reliable sources of info.   To make it clear: Newspapers and magazines are NOT reliable sources of info. TV Networks eg Fox News, CBC, BBC etc are NOT ...
... pathways to make them automatic. From now on, we automatically 'do the right thing', strengthening healthy networks all the time. Although actually doing the hacks/exercises and performing new behaviors ...
  Brain networks   also see: Anatomy, physiology & brain networks, in this section   Aim of this article: answering some questions raised in forums and clarifying what networks ...
... the development of intelligence. Because it is not just material substance such as bodies and brain networks that can have emergent properties, in fact it’s not even always living substance that ...
22. Intermediate Functional Analysis PART TWO
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
... can do entirely or mostly by itself). Our scores for each function-set in 'a' sections can be seen individually (we can see which questions relate to which functions); across networks (for example we ...
23. Intermediate Functional Analysis PART ONE
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
... each networks' connectivity by posing problems that require multi-network communication and cooperative function. You can only do these parts once because you need to view the answers to calculate your ...
... 4 and how it interacts with other networks to enable some of our most creative abilities. We also need to do something N4 is very good at doing -step back and look at 'the big picture'; the basic processes ...
  Human development for parents and beginners   Here is a rough guide to human development, for parents & beginners. PARENTS: Brain growth spurts occur in our species around every ...
26. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... diseases is delayed by environmental enrichment has also shown how the development and performance of mind, brain and individual is affected by the stimulation of their processing networks provided ...
27. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 1
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... to be, it's just a matter of practise, building up the networks related to the task we want to excel at, and keeping them balanced. Because we have the best program ever, intelligence, and with that ...
... forget all this : )   Practice Makes Networks In tutorials 7 and 8 we looked at the processes of imagination, memory & learning and how new concepts get incorporated into what we know ...
... roles of imagination. Once you have networks 1&2 nicely balanced, the fastest way of all to upgrade memory and learning both at once is by exercising or augmenting network 3. Therefore we are going ...
... ‘levels’; concrete (material; physical), abstract (mental; non-physical), and behavioral being the most common -for example we can view any experience according to what networks or functions ...
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