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... will doesn’t exist” was the first rather than the last thing said! We expect a ‘conclusion’ to come at the end, but in ordinary interaction conclusions are often given before (or ...
2. ??????? ???????????? 1
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... ?? ????????, ????????? ?? ????? ???? ? ????? ??????????; ?????? ??? ?????? ??? ????? ???????????. ?? ???????? ??? ??????? ????????? «?????» (?? ????. Interactional).     ...
3. The Neurohackers Community
(FAQs/General Issues - French (Fr))
... yearn for what biology intended: a continuum of being, healthy interaction, belonging and love. That yearning fades as we start to believe places like that just don't exist, that crazy people have taken ...
4. Permaculture & Self Sufficiency
(категория - French (Fr))
... We are not luddites, far from it, but we don't buy their stuff just because it's new or strongly recommended by mainstream science and medicine. Here you will find methods of beneficial interaction with ...
5. Home Birth & Natural Living
(категория - French (Fr))
... enviromental interaction and a nurturing culture.      ...
6. IMMMUN Chapter 7
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
...  Because imagination uses a graphic format (ie, it 'thinks in pictures'), all interaction with reality, from our perceiving the environment to learning sensorimotor skills to forming scientific hypotheses, ...
7. IMMMUN chapter 6
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
Chapter 6 Interface: Interaction and relationships  If you take a moment to think about which real life contexts cause the most emotional difficulties for human beings, it won't ...
8. IMMMUN chapter 5
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... can affect cultural interactions years later. It's a biggie, and accepting that your unconscious gets stressed out by too many strange faces is not easy to do. The idea appears to contradict moral ideals ...
9. IMMMUN chapter 4
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
...  During the last decade or so, though, the big picture is emerging as follows: intelligence emerges from the interactions between nature and nurture; between genes and environment. The underlying biological ...
10. IMMMUN chapter 3
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... are harmful to animals' health.  For example, a high proportion of genes that have been identified in humans as risk factors in neurological diseases affecting social interactions such as autism ...
11. IMMMUN chapter 2
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... of interaction to follow. For example, someone has offered you a choice of snacks, but you're not yet sure which one to choose. Once you do, you switch to stretch mode ('closed mode'), reach out and take ...
12. IMMMUN Appendix 1
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... (Strictly speaking, all energy available to us throughout our lives comes from interactions between the sun, this planet, and ourselves. Energy transfer is a set of processes; not a thing.) associated ...
13. IMMMUN Chapter 1
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... of interaction and a lot of laughter and very little strife.  Although life itself throws regular problems at them as it does all humans, they seem to be more resilient than we ...
14. I've Made My Mind Up Now: Contents
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
...  006 interaction and relationships   interaction, action and reaction   types of archetypal relationships   PROGRAMS   interaction   biological morality   ...
15. Ground Floor
(Workshop/Pillars Of Nobility)
... and when you have noticed how rarely the real "potentials" had actually proceeded towards any kind of true interaction with us, you are bound to acknowledge at least one thing: they might not ...
... reuptake inhibitor also used to treat ADHD (Graf et al., 2011). Given the interaction between motivation, mood and cognitive performance, people are also using drugs that improve sleep, reduce anxiety ...
17. Subject Index for Archives
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...      4.3 Emotion, interaction, attitude  ...
... not only all of our decisions but also the architecture of our own biology and success or otherwise of our interactions. We learned some of the factors useful for avoiding the most common forms of bullshit, ...
... A small interaction, she thinks, could have entirely unpredictable consequences of unknown scale. Even small disturbances could lead to profound and potentially catastrophic changes. The world is fragile, ...
... how habits work, and using self direction to change them – these are our tools in the potential for change. To upgrade habits permanently we must use all three together; emotion, cognition and interaction ...
... to cultural interactions, aiming for the greatest benefit to intelligence. This enables: The caring for and nurturing of intelligence on an ongoing basis, rooted in bonding Easy conflict resolution ...
... increases the possibility of interaction increases our capacity for evolutionary adaptation. Most obviously, conscious thought greatly increases our ability to interact, and anything which achieves this ...
23. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 3
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... communication 6.3 Working memory & association 6.4 Coordination 6.5 Judgment, decisions & strategy 6.6 Interaction   Hacking executive functions Executive functions (EFs) include ...
... interaction. By the end of this tutorial you should have an overview of the brain structures involved in autonomy, decision making and the exercise of free will; and know the results of the most recent ...
... this way will enable us to understand its roles in learning, play, unconscious processing, interaction and relationships. We'll also be looking at the practical ways we can use creativity and play to improve ...
... that intelligence uses in all sorts of processes. In this tutorial we'll explore the interaction of eidetic (N3) and procedural (N4) memory that allows us conscious access to unconscious knowledge; the ...
27. Emotion - methods for mood & anxiety disorders
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... response to CBT15 (Fig. 2c).   Figure 2.     A genetic polymorphism has repeatedly been implicated in gene by environment interactions for disorders of emotional dysregulation: ...
28. Emotion - disorders of emotion
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... with sortilin, a newly identified neurotrophin receptor. The BDNF-sortilin interaction is markedly reduced by the presence of the Val66Met allele. Inhibition of this interaction by expressing either a ...
...  chemicals, solutions, colloids, the natural environment and our relationship and interactions with ecology, the land, the garden, the forest, life.  ...
... for a matrix are: A safe space in which to interact, energy to enable interaction, and stuff to interact with (input). Only when all three factors are present can emergent development take place.   ...
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