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Articles & information about neuroscience and how it can help organisations, individuals and the L&D and HR professions
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Summary: EEG study reveals the use of metaphors elicits bigger N400s in the brain than abstract verbs.Source: University of ArizonaYou can grasp a hand. You can also grasp a concept.One i Evernote, Trx, Grupo Focal, Blockchain, Make Money Taking Surveys, Brain Teasers For Kids, Business Model, Business Growth, How To Make Money
How the brain finds meaning in metaphor - Neuroscience News
Summary: EEG study reveals the use of metaphors elicits bigger N400s in the brain than abstract verbs.Source: University of ArizonaYou can grasp a hand. You can also grasp a concept.One i
Summary: The activity of the temporoparietal junction becomes significantly suppressed during trust decisions when people feel threatened, a new study reports.Source: University of ZurichIt Somatosensory System, Brain Lobes, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Occipital Lobe, Anti Social Behaviour, Frontal Lobe, Limbic System, Brain Anatomy
Negative emotions can reduce our capacity to trust - Neuroscience News
Summary: The activity of the temporoparietal junction becomes significantly suppressed during trust decisions when people feel threatened, a new study reports.Source: University of ZurichIt
Summary: Researchers report on the psychological impact of ostracism. The findings reveal being acknowledged helps to ease the pain of social rejection.Source: University of Virginia.The sad Depression Medication, Dealing With Depression, Depression Therapy, Depression Diagnosis, Posters, Thoughts
Probing the Pain of Ostracism - Neuroscience News
Summary: Researchers report on the psychological impact of ostracism. The findings reveal being acknowledged helps to ease the pain of social rejection.Source: University of Virginia.The sad
Summary: A new study reports the rhythm of your breathing can influence neural activity that enhances memory recall and emotional judgement.Source: Northwestern University.Breathing is not jus Agoraphobia, Brain Science, Wine Science, Cognitive Science, Northwestern University, Oxford University, Brain Damage, Brain Injury
Rhythm of Breathing Affects Memory and Fear - Neuroscience News
Summary: A new study reports the rhythm of your breathing can influence neural activity that enhances memory recall and emotional judgement.Source: Northwestern University.Breathing is not jus
Summary: Researchers shed light on how we are able to effectively form mental images of how objects look to other people.Source: University of Plymouth.Everyday life is full of situations t King University, Perspective Taking, School Psychology, Viewpoint, Neuroscience, See Through, Phenomena, Decisions, Antonio Mora Artwork
Seeing Through Another's Eyes: How We Use Others' Viewpoints to Make Decisions - Neuroscience News
Summary: Researchers shed light on how we are able to effectively form mental images of how objects look to other people.Source: University of Plymouth.Everyday life is full of situations t
Summary: A new study reveals the somatosensory cortex plays a complex role in memory and reward learning.Source: Zuckerman Institute.Columbia neuroscientists have revealed that a simple b Brain Based Learning, Sensory Motor, Institute Of Mental Health, Making Connections, Neurological Disorders, Neurons, Us Images
Unexpected Place for Learning and Memory in the Brain - Neuroscience News
Summary: A new study reveals the somatosensory cortex plays a complex role in memory and reward learning.Source: Zuckerman Institute.Columbia neuroscientists have revealed that a simple b
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What Makes Some People Creative Thinkers and Others Analytical - Neuroscience News
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Summary: According to researchers, forming both good and bad habits depends more on how often you perform an action than the satisfaction you get from the action.Source: University of Warwick. Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Office, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Stress Disorders, Trouble Psychotique, Die Gabe, Challenges, Business Intelligence
Train the Brain to Form Good Habits Through Repetition - Neuroscience News
Summary: According to researchers, forming both good and bad habits depends more on how often you perform an action than the satisfaction you get from the action.Source: University of Warwick.
Summary: Researchers report a causal link between dopamine, musical pleasure and motivation. Phamacologically manipulating dopamine levels, researchers found increasing dopamine increased the hedonic Beste Podcasts, Solfeggio Frequencies, Aerobic, E Book, Binaural Beats, Train Your Brain, Yoga Nidra, Singing Tips, Panic Attacks
Dopamine Modulates Reward Experiences Elicited by Music - Neuroscience News
Summary: Researchers report a causal link between dopamine, musical pleasure and motivation. Phamacologically manipulating dopamine levels, researchers found increasing dopamine increased the hedonic
Researchers argue consciousness may be caused by the way the brain generates energetic feedback loops. Cloud Quotes, Cardiff University, Digital Filter, Levels Of Consciousness, Psycology, University Professor, Video Effects, Soothing Sounds, Interesting Reads
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Researchers argue consciousness may be caused by the way the brain generates energetic feedback loops.
Nutrients in Blood Linked to Better Cognition and Brain Connectivity in Older Adults - Neuroscience News Gut Brain, Brain Health, Gut Health, Digestive Health, Mental Health, Health Issues, Public Health, Holistic Health, Probiotic Health
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Nutrients in Blood Linked to Better Cognition and Brain Connectivity in Older Adults - Neuroscience News
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Unrelated Events are Linked in Memory When They Happen Close Together
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Meditation Adapts the Brain to Respond to Better Feedback
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The Drawing Effect: People Who Draw Words Versus Writing Them Out May Improve Memory
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