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... drugs, may promote maximum plasticity for learning through additive or synergistic effects and also by increasing levels of task-related motivation. In addition, the combination of cognitive-enhancing ...
2. Subject Index for Archives
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...    4.6 Plasticity & epigenetics 4.601 epigenetics  ...
... an 'I' inside that manifests consistently as time passes, yet when we consider plasticity and adaptation it becomes clear that mind is constantly redesigning, improving and developing itself. Healthy ...
... a particular input cannot be related to other recent inputs, so they can't be used for time-series prediction, control operations, or memory.[11] Cortical plasticity As we know from past tutorials, ...
... in an impoverished environment if this happens, but the thing is it's up to YOU to do something about that. That's what self-direction is all about. Habitual practices influencing plasticity is the framework ...
... happy, comfortable, confident and proud. The system is simple, it makes absolute sense, but unfortunately it is vulnerable to conditioning via the very plasticity that makes us such efficient learners. ...
... are too sparse, although this can be reversed via plasticity with practice. The rule 'always do things in the right order' is once again a law here, because the processes we use for conscious creativity ...
8. Emotion - methods for mood & anxiety disorders
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... cortex, and increases NMDA receptors in hypothalamus and basolateral amygdala. Furthermore, rTMS at 10 Hz in a rat model of depression leads to enhanced hippocampal plasticity after stress using in vitro ...
9. Emotion - disorders of emotion
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... 35, Room 1C1004, 35 Convent Drive, MSC 3714, Bethesda, Maryland 20892-3714, USA. 2 Section on Neural Development & Plasticity, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development; National Institutes ...
... in the learning and memory areas of the hippocampus at an optimal flow—a concept known as homeostatic plasticity. If granule cells try to transmit too much activity, the synaptic junction tamps down ...
11. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... areas: Anxiety, what it can do and how to reduce it Plasticity, Epigenetics & Input control The difference between stress and anxiety The difference between emotion and sentiment   ...
... already via comparative association. In abstract cognitive terms, the brain's plasticity enables us to learn new associations and remember new facts. In concrete behavioral terms the same plasticity ...
... our behavior are expressed so automatically they may seem unchangeable, or believed to be innate. But we should not jump to such conclusions, which forget the roles of plasticity and epigenetics, and the ...
14. Memory - memory editing update, 2004-2011
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... complex effects on NMDA receptors (NMDARs) and may be an endogenous modulator of synaptic plasticity. [32] Researchers observed that low micromolar concentrations of zinc depress NMDAR synaptic responses ...
... these teach imagination to get it right and fine tune our perception. New findings[18] establish a physiological measure linking this trial outcome and learning directly to brain plasticity. Up to 50% ...
... 'add more of the same @ location x' or 'if locations x and y are active at the same time, link them together' lie behind plasticity; development is promoted by input signals (use) and constrained by density ...
17. Physiological methods - Epigenetics - Hacking the genome
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... down. Genes make proteins that add or remove tissue (eg more muscle tissue, less fat storing adipose) and structures (eg placenta when pregnant, transmitter receptors) and connections (plasticity of networks ...
18. Methods & Technology Intro - Part II: Technology
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
...  Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) can increase or decrease the excitability of the cortex, thereby changing its level of plasticity. For example, TMS of the motor cortex that increased its excitability ...
... of an artificial language. A likely explanation is that higher excitability increases cortical plasticity, in turn leading to synaptic sprouting and remodeling. An alternative to pharmacologic increase ...
... (CNS) as a neuromodulator, responsible for timing and regulation of processes. In the central nervous system, ACh is involved with synaptic plasticity, specifically in learning and short term memory, ...
... are flexible and adaptable in ways that other creatures are not. We have 'plasticity' throughout. We can survive on a multitude of different diets, in a multitude of different climates, adjust our habits ...
22. Matrix Theory - The Basics
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
...  9. Chilton-Pearce, Joseph.  Magical Child (1977) ISBN 0-52515-035-8 10. Hebbian plasticity has revealed how developmental changes in cognition coincide with changes in the brain. In order to inform ...
23. ICMM 10 Memory Editors (enhancing & wiping)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... and has the capability of decoding the frequency of calcium spikes. It is the very heart of both synaptic plasticity and LTP and neurogenesis. It initiates gene transcription, the mother of all machines. ...
24. ICMM 11 Processor Upgrade (conditioning & learning)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... but let us not try to run before we have legs. The basics we've covered on synaptic plasticity explain some things about how we learn and remember, but we've now got to build on that in order to explore ...
25. ICMM 16 Advanced Applications Level 1 (hacking pain)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... emotion, these triggers are subject to plasticity. We can learn to be afraid of things that are really not a threat, and learn to like things that are really not very nice. Nature can be lied to. Consequently ...
26. ICMM 17 Advanced Applications Level 2 (TMS, NMS etc)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... enough, 'multisensory' neurons. Sensory neurons are also subject to plasticity; if a sense is lost (for example, in blindness) the network normally used for vision will be rewired for other uses (blind ...
27. ICMM 18 Troubleshooting (problems & solutions)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... side effect of being stuck in M2. It can cause shearing which breaks or strains nerve fibers, and these may die. Plasticity can compensate, but repeated punch ups cause accumulative damage. If you cannot ...
28. ICMM 19 My Documents (personal account)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... little choice but to use it. Networks are not fixed; the degree of plasticity in the brain is truly astonishing, and changing our input will always result in a personality change of some degree.R6 Self-programming ...
29. BTPT 3, 2
(Workshop/Beyond The Porcelain Throne)
... is what scientific dudes call "plasticity", because the physical form of the brain is 'plastic' as in 'mouldable', and it's why humans are so very good at surviving and thriving in so many different circumstances ...
30. Physiological methods - Benefits of Exercise
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... Association for Psychological Science, Jun 2009 Arthur Kramer is a neuroscientist at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, US. Henriette van Praag, a researcher in the neuroplasticity ...
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