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... coordination with the higher structure they will eventually serve. N1 & 2 use their physical encodings to coordinate sensorimotor systems according to the needs of N3. Network 3 must order those embodied ...
... with the input TO process, which enters rear nets and is reformatted from sensory data into representational images in network 3. N3 learns sequences of common spatio-temporal patterns (like tunes, or ...
... most important thing to remember about Network 6 - it never works alone; the frontal lobes have multiple anatomical connections to cortical, and (via network 3) to subcortical and brain stem sites. The ...
... 16, 19, 24, 27 is your Network 3 actualization score The sum of your marks for statements 6, 7, 10, 28, 31, 36 is your Network 4 actualization score The sum of your marks for statements 3, 5, 15, ...
... without a carer is not going to survive. What's maybe not so obvious is that every other network needs its bonds too; network 3 for example needs its environmental bonds to 'tune us in' so that we can ...
... microseconds to run. Network 3, restricted to accessing rear networks, could only represent these procedures as a literal 'series' of still 3D graphic models of reality in which 'changes have occurred'; ...
...    Add the subscores from parts a, b and c for your total score for N2........................      NETWORK 3   (a) Network 3, abilities & functions ...
... interaction, N2 to behavioral/contextual spatial interaction, and together with N3 they enable embodiment. Network 3 contributes to emotional/environmental weighting in interaction, N4 to cultural/temporal ...
9. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... working at this level (see Tutorial 3). Network 3 abilities & functions 3.1 Senses of smell, pheromone detection 3.2 Emotional stability & weighting 3.3 Eidetic memory/ RAM ...
... in a part of network 3, and cortisol rises (this change can be measured in your saliva). [85] Obviously this input stops as soon as we are out of range, but basically, hanging around anxious people makes ...
... roles of imagination. Once you have networks 1&2 nicely balanced, the fastest way of all to upgrade memory and learning both at once is by exercising or augmenting network 3. Therefore we are going ...
    Neurohacking Tutorial 7 Imagination & Related Abilities (Updated: Oct 2011)   In these next few tutorials we explore network 3, and we look more closely at how imagination ...
... form, complete with the same thoughts, feelings, bodily sensation, smells and sounds. It's as though network 3 is for a short time sealed off from the rest of the brain. That's why it's not uncommon for ...
14. Alternatives to work
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
    Alternatives to work (If you're looking for alternatives to money, see “The Freeconomy” article) "The animal works when deprivation is the mainspring ...
15. Methods & Technology Intro - Part II: Technology
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... could encourage development of the ACG and multimodal association areas, or it could just be hacking network 3. Regardless of how you choose to believe it works, the ‘set point’ in this instance ...
16. Methods & Technology Intro - Part I: Methods
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... for those with nonuse in network 3 (see tutorials); uses light & color therapy for input control to assist in the transformation of sentiment to healthy emotion, although it calls all feelings 'emotional ...
... is exactly the system our brains used originally as children, learning to walk and talk with networks 1&2 so that we could move about and interact with the input needed to develop network 3, (which ...
18. Matrix Theory - The Basics
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... of cell receptors to signals) Network 2: Spatial (memory of known sequences of movements and sounds associated with basic familiar behaviors in self and others) Network 3: Eidetic (memory of ...
19. BTPT 3, 4
(Workshop/Beyond The Porcelain Throne)
... and each helps all others. My personal message to you is "We Boldly Go." Conan [The Librarian] I work in Section/network 3 We mainly handle making maps; attaching emotion to input, relaying messages, ...
20. BTPT 3, 2
(Workshop/Beyond The Porcelain Throne)
... you sleep, you bridge the two together, join them to any previous similar experiences relayed through network 3 [like learning to walk or dance or swim] and then all you need is practice with a bit more ...
21. BTPT 1, 5
(Workshop/Beyond The Porcelain Throne)
... action –make it so. The lumpy bit underneath [network 3] houses security, analysis of incoming information from sensors [senses], main memory processing for the ship's computer, engineering [hormone ...
... together and connect all areas, working in synergy to create a whole memory with all the details. So there is no ‘individual’ network for storing memory. Your memory uses network 3 for many ...
... with the expression of emotions.   Network 3 The Thalamus Pretty much right in the very middle of the rear half of the brain, the thalamus is part of network 3. It is in charge of information ...
24. Perception & Senses - Touch and Vision
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
Senses: Touch and Vision   Brain's Object Recognition System Activated by Touch Alone Portions of the brain that activate when people view pictures of objects compared to scrambled ...
25. Anxiety - Cortisol and Violent Behavior
(Neurohacking/Disorders & Problems)
... the more instinctive and primitive brain areas, enabling us to cope with perceived stress, worry and threat. At the heart of this process [in Network 3] are the amygdalae, two almond-shaped structures ...
  Perception: Brainwaves & Visual Attention   Neuroscientists have recently demonstrated a link between brainwave activity and visual perception. New research published in “The ...
... brain-growth in network 3, replacing some of the receptor connections that have been lost and even growing whole new cells]. Sometimes, the brain’s unconscious awareness of a neurotransmitter imbalance ...
... plays a main part in alertness, observation, orientation, navigation and perception. NETWORK 3 N3 processes translation, relay and continuity and holds eidetic memories. It plays a main part in concentration, ...
29. Neurohacking Tutorial 18 - Intelligence, Consciousness and Comprehension
(Материалы без категорий)
... coordination with the higher structure they will eventually serve. N1 & 2 use their physical encodings to coordinate sensorimotor systems according to the needs of N3. Network 3 must order those embodied ...