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31. Tutorial 5 released
(News/Latest)
  Hello dear dudes, Tutorial 5 has been released in the tutorials section. Don't forget your lembas... (it won't appear in the 'latest articles' above, because technically it has been added ...
... and results. If you forget these, you are likely to misunderstand the tutorials and much that you read on the subjects. I list ‘the classics’ here: Shock. Clinical meaning: ...
33. Methods & Technology Intro - Part II: Technology
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... that's the bridge which ties all this together (see tutorials). At the time of writing, popular neuroscience, assuming all input remains parallel, is not in agreement (or even familiar with) matrix theory ...
34. Methods & Technology Intro - Part I: Methods
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... or suffer from sensory overload (as in some types of autism) -see tutorials. The most widely used method of studying the brain is to present natural stimuli of one sort or another to the sensory organs, ...
35. Disorders & Problems - Introduction to This Section
(Neurohacking/Disorders & Problems)
... to assess your mental functions, but that’s the topic of the main neurohacking tutorials. In this problems section, you can learn what to do if things have already gone wrong, or learn about the ...
... done the Intal tutorials, you’ll remember than neurons pass their signals across a synaptic cleft, or gap between brain cells, in a chemical fashion, and that this causes the neuron to fire an electrical ...
... actively avoiding those that will make you dumber! We often point out 'versus factors' (things for you and against you) in specific circumstances in these tutorials , but figuring out consciously ALL ...
38. Matrix Theory - The Basics
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... In its database, the signals that prompt the release of certain neurotransmitters are associated with certain images and forms of basic animal behavior. The tutorials cover much of this material so I shall ...
39. ICMM 13 Plugins (Biofeedback etc)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... red/green or monochrome. You should have good encoding/decoding processors for each different kind of input. You should have a source of 'mental games' or 'tutorials' for learning to use mind/computer ...
40. Physiological methods - Benefits of Exercise
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... the nutrition section of the library.) These are the kinds of changes we recommend in the tutorials –one step at a time towards improvement, without any big hassle. Moderate exercise together with ...
... to pursue methods of cortisol reduction or anxiety control. You'll find information about this in the library files and in our tutorials. If you don't address this problem it can lead to early onset dementia ...
  Learning & Memory: The Basics   (This article is complementary material for Tutorials 2, 5 and 6)   Stretching & Relaxing First, get the concept of stretching and relaxing, ...
43. Introduction to Tutorials
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
Introduction to the Tutorials - Read this First   INTAL A Practical Program For Developing Your Optimum Potential “The body cannot live without the mind” (Morpheus; ...
... of intelligence", but we'd expect you to ask what causes that. That leads us to "Anxiety", but you'll have to read the tutorials in order to find out what anxiety really is, and how these problems both ...
... and change your habits. If you want to know more about how, you'll have to read the tutorials!  ...
... more information about neurotransmitters and what they do in the NH tutorials.   Brain Networks Most of our neurons communicate like this. Size of and density of connections in neural nets is ...
... on our growing knowledge of how intelligence works, and what intelligence can do as expressed through interaction. You will also encounter this technique in the tutorials. The tutorials are a training ...
48. Intelligence - The Basics
(Neurohacking/Basics)
... can do so in the tutorials, or in “Anatomy, Physiology & Brain Networks: The Basics” in the basics section of the library.)   Your physical senses and the brain’s physical ...
  Interaction & Core Conditions: The Basics Not for wimps   (This article is complementary material for Tutorials 1 & 4, a basic knowledge of core conditions is also necessary ...
  Anxiety and Input Control: The Basics   (This article is complementary material for all tutorials)   You'll often see it mentioned here that anxiety is the biggest enemy of intelligence ...
... important thing is not to become anxious about failures but to trust that intelligence will mend any mishaps without our interference. I’ll be setting out all this in great detail during future tutorials ...
... today. It explores the role of mirror neurons in various aspects of intelligence and in our concept of the self. It will be particularly helpful used as associated material for NH tutorials from Tutorial ...
... time and assisting your progress. From the latest discoveries, techniques and experiments we construct our tutorials (they are revised and updated every year) so that you can put this information to immediate ...
54. Learning - Memory Research
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... of learning, brain plasticity, and how to get the best performance out of your brain in the tutorials.   Genetic Enhancement of Learning and Memory. Hebb's rule (1949) states that learning and ...
55. Plasticity - Old Brains Can Be Young Again
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... in the natural way and do things in the right order. You will find more information about how to do this in the tutorials. "I think it's very interesting, and it suggests that these new neurons ...
  Plasticity & Epigenetics: The Basics   (This article is complementary material for Tutorials 1, 2 & 5)   Epigenetics It’s currently one of the most exciting areas ...
  Anxiety: The Nature of the Beast, a Personal Account   (This article is complementary material for all tutorials)   Q –What do the following all have in common?   ...
... accumulation of many small changes. Biological psychology in general, and Carl Rogers (who designed the model of personality we use in these tutorials) in particular, see people as basically good and ...
59. Tutorials
(Category)
... who might appear as masters to the beginner, still consider themselves as students of the universe. Every second has something to teach us about the world. Tutorials in this section will guide you through ...
These are the questions more often asked about Intal and the tutorials' program ...
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