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1. Formal Reasoning & Truth-Detection: The Basics
(Neuropiraterie/Les Bases - French (Fr))
... melodrama and histrionics. Intellect. Clinical meaning: A conscious function of intelligence focusing on calculation and analysis, measurable by IQ tests, enabled mainly by one of six brain ...
... 'mutants') will adapt better, overtake the original population, and their epigenetic changes will appear in their offspring. Epigenetic mechanisms directly regulate genetic processes and can be dramatically ...
... bees. The lifespan of queen bees is typically 20 times longer than that of worker bees. Epigenetics is responsible for these dramatic differences. Both queen and worker bee larvae are initially fed ...
... citizens; so help me god, -and, incidentally, in control of public media. 'Creative people' although often viewed privately as 'someone to coerce into making what we want', were framed publicly as melodramatic, ...
... Media Coverage of Neuroscience (2000-2010) The paper concludes that the media has used neuroscience research “applied out of context to create dramatic headlines, push thinly disguised ideological ...
... dude called Rama [3] outlined his research into the links between brain structure and function. He describes the phenomena of “synesthesia” in which people experience, for example, sounds in ...
7. Toxins in food - Aspartame - info 1981-2013
(Neurohacking/Lifestyle & Nutrition)
... that fed them.       One female rat developed a tumor so large she often used it as a pillow.     The fact that the European Union can discredit the Ramazzini ...
... 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 ...
9. Emotion - disorders of emotion
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... protein known to dramatically enhance tPA activity33, in the pathogenesis of depression34. Antidepressant treatment leads to p11 upregulation, whereas transgenics overexpressing p11 behave similarly to ...
10. CR - Intermittent Fasting research
(Neurohacking/Lifestyle & Nutrition)
... of blood sugar levels. For some, 'fasting' does not mean abstaining from ALL food, but rather a dramatic reduction of calorie intake. We should of course continue to drink water when fasting. Some of ...
... context of the big picture'; not with my eyes but from my inner point of view. For example, we say someone should 'get a sense of perspective' when they are overly dramatic or hysterical about a trivial ...
12. Deschooling essays by John Taylor Gatto
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... are numbered so that if any get away they can be returned to the right class. Over the years the variety of ways children are numbered has increased dramatically, until it is hard to see the human being ...
13. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 1
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... try to memorize it: Yoko Ramani 1643 Broadsway Crescent, Kenmare, Eire. 3. [Type/write in your answer ‘Y’ or ‘N’.] Have you had more trouble than usual remembering what ...
... of Genetics, Charles Darwin: Darwin noticed thet the emotional behavior in animals (for example, alarm calls, status/sexual displays or defensive posturing) seemed often a lot more melodramatic or 'intense' ...
...    the parietal lobe Sits on top of the occipital lobe, at the rear of the brain. The parietal lobe assists with verbal and visual short term memory and damage to the supramarginal gyrus causes ...
  “The Tell Tale Brain” by V. S. Ramachandran   http://www.amazon.com/Tell-Tale-Brain-Neuroscientists-Quest-Makes/dp/0393077829   Reviews of “The Tell Tale Brain” ...
  “The Tell Tale Brain” by V. S. Ramachandran   http://www.amazon.com/Tell-Tale-Brain-Neuroscientists-Quest-Makes/dp/0393077829   Reviews of “The Tell Tale Brain” ...
18. Passages in the Void
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... There were arcs of color everywhere. Although I understood the general theory I had never seen quite such a dramatic display of the phenomenon.  "It's your sign!"  "What?"  ...
19. Physiological methods - Epigenetics - Hacking the genome
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... and/or a mutation in one or two genes that control the storage of nutrients and resistance to cell damage (RAS2 and SCH9), resulted in a dramatically extended life span; up to six times longer than normal ...
20. Preliminary Statement
(Workshop/Pillars Of Nobility)
... another hand, the number of times I've begun to write a story is... substantial (and this is just not to use 'stunning', 'astounding', or yet 'dramatic'...). And this kind of lucidity upon myself didn't ...
... melodrama and histrionics. Intellect. Clinical meaning: A conscious function of intelligence focusing on calculation and analysis, measurable by IQ tests, enabled mainly by one of six brain ...
22. Play: Big Pharma
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... is the condition of “social anxiety disorder,” which is diagnosed in a poor, unemployed woman who is having trouble with job interviews (16). Berry dramatizes the solution—prescribe an ...
23. Glutamate & Empathy
(Neurohacking/Drugs & Chemicals)
... minds–a biological basis. Science 286: 1692–1695. Ochsner KN, Knierim K, Ludlow DH, Hanelin J, Ramachandran T, et al. (2004) Reflecting upon feelings: an fMRI study of neural systems ...
24. Methods & Technology Intro - Part II: Technology
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... as the result of various experiences   (1990) functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) relies on the paramagnetic properties of oxygenated and deoxygenated hemoglobin to see images of ...
25. Methods & Technology Intro - Part I: Methods
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... auditory hallucinations. Depressed individuals still can’t sleep and remain preoccupied with the past. Histrionic personality disorder still presents melodramatic sentiments. Paranoid people look ...
26. Self Esteem - Insecurity & Materialism
(Neurohacking/Disorders & Problems)
... and materialism can also create low self-esteem. They also found that as self esteem increases, materialism decreases. Even a simple gesture to raise self-esteem dramatically decreased materialism, which ...
... and/or a mutation in one or two genes that control the storage of nutrients and resistance to cell damage (RAS2 and SCH9), resulted in a dramatically extended life span; up to six times longer than normal ...
...  Ethosuximide Gabapentin Lamotrigine Phenobarbital Phenytoin Primidone Sodium valproate Topiramate   Anticonvulsants have a direct effect on electrical ...
...  Fully synthetic opioids: such as fentanyl, pethidine, methadone, tramadol, dextropropoxyphene.     Things that decrease endorphins Naloxone and naltrexone are commonly ...
... writing about himself, finding his fortunes to be a matter of unlikely chance. He succeeds because he has a strong sense of his own identity, his goals and expectations. After one ultramarathon, around ...
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