(Dr. Mercola) Dawson Church,1 Ph.D., is a leader in the energy psychology movement, one of the most common forms being the Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), which I have promoted for years. Church investigated and built on the EFT techniques developed by Gary Craig2 in the 1990s (which in turn was a derivative of the founder of energy tapping, Roger Callahan’s, work3).
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(Alanna Ketler) Loving your child will physically translate into a larger, healthier brain than children who suffer from extreme neglect, abuse and trauma. It’s true that children need to be loved and supported and not just so they can feel good about themselves, but so they can physically develop the way they are supposed to.
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(Neuroscience News) For the first time, researchers have provided physiological evidence that a pervasive neuromodulation system – a group of neurons that regulate the functioning of more specialized neurons – strongly influences sound processing in an important auditory region of the brain. The neuromodulator, acetylcholine, may even help the main auditory brain circuitry distinguish speech from noise.
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(Exploring Your Mind) The ventricular system is in charge of maintaining, protecting, and structuring your brain. It also contains the cerebrospinal fluid, quite essential for your body’s preservation.
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(Exploring Your Mind) What are the differences between genius and gifted? Do they coincide at all? As we’ll see, it isn’t all about intelligence. Find out why!
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(Exploring Your Mind) Are you aware of the processes involved in the development of plans and decision making? Today’s article will discuss one of them: future episodic thinking.
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(John Vibes) In an alarming experiment, researchers from Japan and Germany teamed up to see if they could increase the size of a monkey’s brain by injecting it with a specific human brain gene that directs stem cells. Scientists know the gene as ARHGAP11B. In their experiments, they were able to successfully increase the size of monkey brains with this method.
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(Exploring Your Mind) Curiosity, the desire for knowledge, learning, and discovery, is very similar to the hunger for food. So much so that they share the same brain regions and processes.
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(Strange Sounds) When you compare the neurons in the human brain to the cosmic web of galaxies, they look suspiciously the same…
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