Archive for category Neuroscience

Lame Brain?

See Political Views Are Reflected in Brain Structure from Science Daily for details on young adult brain differences a report in Current Biology. The study involves young adults rather than hard-core, entrenched “wingers.” Results from a study like this could lead to some very interesting brain-based biases in a future near you. Here’s how this […]

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Imagine a World Where Brain Activity Is Visualized

See “People control thoughts better when they see their brain activity: UBC study” regarding a study published in NeuroImage. The link above discusses brain activity feedback shown to participants who undertook mental tasks. It reminds me of biofeedback experiments. The link also makes a connection to athletic coaching methods. An athlete often watches video tapes […]

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Juggling Enhances Brain Connectivity

"Juggling enhances connections in the brain." Oct. 17, 2009 It’s about time for a work of fiction that features teen protagonist who is a juggler and who also happens to have paranormal brain power. Suggestions for young writers: Read the article on Science Daily. Create a character who juggles and make notes or sketches about […]

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