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    Formal Reasoning & Truth-Detection: The Basics (Mr Spock’s guide to developing executive functions)   Introduction and Strategy “Logic is the beginning of ...
... benefits of cognitive enhancers are large and increasingly relevant, particularly as the population ages, and for this reason we should continue to devote resources to the development of cognitive enhancers ...
... into everyday life – after all, we wouldn't review a movie without seeing it – why judge a behavior without trying it?   The main reason for not 'doing it now' is fatigue; mental, ...
... self direction and coordination. In previous tutorials we looked at some of the supporting factors for executive functions; such as morality, reasoning, judgment and creativity. There is one more main ...
... as specialities in service of the game, at the expense of all the other abilities those nets would have been capable of if allowed to develop as intended. This is why so many adults cannot reason, use ...
... wrong come from? Many people think moral awareness is a gift from their god/s. Others believe that humans figure moral rules out for ourselves, using our capacity to reason and/or by choosing a philosophical ...
... our intellectual capacity for reason and its tools of formal language and declarative memory. Rational thinking includes analysis and calculation; which we use in order to ascertain more accurate information. ...
8. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 3
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... approached in the future.   The technique seems to be appropriate for a range of settings, although obviously it’s only useful to use it following an event that can be reasonably seen as ...
... think or believe about many things for the simple reason that they have never actually thought about them. Shallow thought and a shallow personality betray a shallow mind, and ultimately a lack of self ...
... which requires emotional stability in order to be beneficial. In an anxious mind strong feeling is likely to exacerbate sentiment along with the accompanying psychoses. This is one reason why we should ...
... arguments, or support particular policy agendas”.   Neurobonkers writes: Fighting this tidal wave is the precise reason that I started this blog. For regular readers none of this will ...
... (unconscious subroutines) become automatic we forget that once they were learned. We assume 'that's just the way I do things'; and we apply this reasoning to our thoughts as well as our behavior; our 'way ...
13. Toxins in food - Aspartame - info 1981-2013
(Neurohacking/Lifestyle & Nutrition)
... the course of the experiment.  I did not want to mix dry NutraSweet with rat food for several reasons. First, I wanted to simulate the effects of diet soda—a liquid. Next, NutraSweet is sold ...
14. Emotion - methods for mood & anxiety disorders
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... will be considered together for several reasons: (i) comorbidity between anxiety and depression is the rule and not the exception, with up to 90% of patients with anxiety disorders experiencing clinical ...
15. Myth busting - Freud
(Neurohacking/Basics)
... makes for good chat up lines, gives people a sense of control over others just like Astrology does, and is a great way to put people down or bully them if you don't like them. Another popular reason is ...
... most associated with reasoning. The researchers who discovered this hypothesized that the sentiment-driven processes that lead to biased judgments likely occur outside of awareness, and are distinct from ...
17. CR - Intermittent Fasting research
(Neurohacking/Lifestyle & Nutrition)
... is particularly damaging in our 40s and 50s, for reasons that aren't clear yet. Obesity at that age is a marker for cognitive problems later.' The good news is that this brain-cell damage can be reversed ...
... and mimicking environmental and animal sounds, including the sounds of music This provides the 'paste' half of “copy 'n' paste” in modeling.[19] For this reason, right frontal damage has been ...
19. Welcome to NHA
(News/Latest)
... or English or French or Japanese or Spanish. It speaks in the language of hope. It speaks in the language of trust. It speaks in the language of reason and the language of sensuality. It speaks ...
20. Schooling; The Hidden Agenda
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... experience they'd love to be able to avoid if they could. But there's another reason why people abhor the idea of children learning what they want to learn when they want to learn it. They won't all learn ...
21. Deschooling essays by John Taylor Gatto
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... when a school secretary testified to witnessing the plot unfold. In the meantime my family suffered more than I care to remember. By the time I finally retired in 1991, 1 had more than enough reason to ...
22. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...  arms. Your mission is to navigate around the room and without using any limbs, write a note saying, "help I'm trapped in this office chair". How do these experiences affect your reasoning ...
  Beyond Reasonable Doubt Setting up research experiments -the basics   First you decide what you want to find out. You form an hypothesis, which is your educated guess about your particular ...
24. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 1
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... in your overall vitality right away. The boost it gives to the cardiovascular system is the main reason (and you will also find it improves your digestion, your complexion, and your balance). To do the ...
... mind expects our input (reasonably enough) to consist of an ongoing sampling of real world relevant events so that we can fine tune our awareness to reflect and respond to reality in real time, and in ...
... memory, so that a single particular sight, sound or smell can remind you of long past events or episodes. And you may see that memory is important for social reasons as well as academic ones. In fact, ...
27. Memory - memory editing update, 2004-2011
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... tested the rats without shocks. Like control rats, ZIP-treated rats avoided the shock zone. The researchers reasoned that if ZIP disrupted memory storage, then its effect would be permanent, but if ZIP ...
... can happen for various reasons, which we'll discuss in the problems section later. Update your paradigm: Imagination’s primary task is not to deal with pretend stuff, it is to deal with real stuff. ...
... driven by the intentions of others and directed or coerced into 'learning' anything for any reason will cause incongruity. We learned about this in tutorials 4 and 5. When we are coerced, it is the anxious ...
30. Communication 101
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... and become offended invade foreign countries try to imagine reasons why, and get them wrong decide that they are boring old farts  ...
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