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TED Prize, el deseo de JR: usar el arte para poner el mundo al revés | Video on TED.com

JR, un artista urbano francés semi-anónimo, utiliza su cámara para mostrar el verdadero rostro del mundo, pegando la cara humana en lienzos gigantes. En TED2011, pide su deseo audaz para TED Prize: usar el arte para poner el mundo al revés.
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Pamela Meyer: How to spot a liar

http://www.ted.com On any given day we're lied to from 10 to 200 times, and the clues to detect those lie can be subtle and counter-intuitive. Pamela Meyer, ...
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Creativity as a Life Skill: Gerard Puccio at TEDxGramercy

Gerard J. Puccio, Ph.D. Gerard is chair and professor of the International Center for Studies in Creativity at Buffalo State, a unique academic department th...
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How Singing Together Can Affect Your Health

How Singing Together Can Affect Your Health | HealingAndTheMind | Scoop.it
Research into the effects of singing and playing music reveals a surprising degree of mental and physical synchronicity among musicians.
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Yu Hong: The Laughing Heart

Yu Hong: The Laughing Heart | HealingAndTheMind | Scoop.it
One of China’s Foremost Artists Urges Calm in a Hyper-Accelerated Society
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» Meditation’s Effects on Emotion Shown to Persist - Psych Central News

» Meditation’s Effects on Emotion Shown to Persist - Psych Central News | HealingAndTheMind | Scoop.it
Meditation affects a person’s brain function long after the act of meditation is over, according to new research.
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School Work Prevents Senile Dementia | MIND Guest Blog, Scientific American Blog Network

School Work Prevents Senile Dementia | MIND Guest Blog, Scientific American Blog Network | HealingAndTheMind | Scoop.it
Cognitive decline is among the most dreaded consequences of old age and disease.  Few things undermine a person’s ability, opportunities, and independence more than loss of ...
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What Makes Rituals Special? Join Us For A Google+ Conversation : NPR

What Makes Rituals Special? Join Us For A Google+ Conversation : NPR | HealingAndTheMind | Scoop.it
From savoring a morning coffee to lighting a candle each night, people employ rituals all over the world.
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FLOATING DOCTORS: Who We Are

The Floating Doctors is a non-profit medical relief team voyaging throughout the Caribbean providing healthcare to remote coastal communities.
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MORE GREAT PEOPLE DOING GREAT THINGS! LIL

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Mindfulness: is it too good to be true?

Mindfulness: is it too good to be true? | HealingAndTheMind | Scoop.it
One American psychiatrist believes so, even in the face of so many success stories. ("Mindfulness is like turning on a light in a dark room.
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Subtle Multisensory Clues Reveal Other People's Emotions: Scientific American

Subtle Multisensory Clues Reveal Other People's Emotions: Scientific American | HealingAndTheMind | Scoop.it
Good social skills depend on picking up on other people's moods—a feat the brain performs by combining numerous sensory clues
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Using Money to Buy Happiness: Scientific American

Using Money to Buy Happiness: Scientific American | HealingAndTheMind | Scoop.it
Two scholars offer scientific advice on getting the most happiness for your dollar
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Daredevil prepares for Grand Canyon tightrope by facing 90mph winds – video

Stunt performer Nik Wallenda trains for an attempt to cross the Grand Canyon on a tightrope by balancing on a rope while being blown by 91mph created by wind boats
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Is this a self-destructive behaviour? What is the meaning of life for a person that risk the gift for nothing beyond his own mental excitenment? 

 

What shall we die for?

 

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Unraveling PTSD: New Look Reveals How Disorder May Progress

Unraveling PTSD: New Look Reveals How Disorder May Progress | HealingAndTheMind | Scoop.it
How post-traumatic stress disorder develops has remained mysterious, but now researchers say that brain studies illuminate the changes that may lead to PTSD
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David Kelley: How to build your creative confidence

http://www.ted.com Is your school or workplace divided into "creatives" versus practical people? Yet surely, David Kelley suggests, creativity is not the dom...
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Critical Thinking - Socratic Questioning

Critical Thinking Standards of Thought - Socratic Questioning This work is presented for fair use toward education, comment, criticism, news and research. Al...
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How the brain creates the 'buzz' that helps ideas spread

How the brain creates the 'buzz' that helps ideas spread | HealingAndTheMind | Scoop.it
How do ideas spread? What messages will go viral on social media, and can that be predicted?
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Mental: A History of the Madhouse - BBC (2010)

Mental: A History of the Madhouse - BBC (2010) | HealingAndTheMind | Scoop.it
Mental: A History of the Madhouse is a BBC documentary film released in 2010 that sheds light on the mental asylums of the United Kingdom. Earlier in the...
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Neuroscience: Making connections : Nature News

Neuroscience: Making connections : Nature News | HealingAndTheMind | Scoop.it
Nature - the world's best science and medicine on your desktop (RT @Acorn_Principle: #Neuroscience - Making Connections http://t.co/jLHiTHw41k)
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The art of storytelling meets the science of autism: A conversation with Richard Panek | Literally Psyched, Scientific American Blog Network

The art of storytelling meets the science of autism: A conversation with Richard Panek | Literally Psyched, Scientific American Blog Network | HealingAndTheMind | Scoop.it
I’ve never once written about autism. Not a single time. It’s not that I don’t think it’s an important topic—I do, and crucially so—but only that, ...
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Brain scans support controversial concept of 'food addiction' - Science Recorder

Brain scans support controversial concept of 'food addiction' - Science Recorder | HealingAndTheMind | Scoop.it
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Brain scans support controversial concept of 'food addiction'
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According to researchers from Boston Children's Hospital, brain scans suggest that “food addiction” might be real.
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Volunteering may be good for body and mind

Volunteering may be good for body and mind | HealingAndTheMind | Scoop.it
There's something gratifying about volunteering. Whenever I work a charity event—which I try to do with some regularity—I often get more out of it than I give.
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Talk therapy helps Congolese victims of sexual violence recover | Body & Brain | Science News

Talk therapy helps Congolese victims of sexual violence recover | Body & Brain | Science News | HealingAndTheMind | Scoop.it
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Your Hidden Censor: What Your Mind Will Not Let You See: Scientific American

Your Hidden Censor: What Your Mind Will Not Let You See: Scientific American | HealingAndTheMind | Scoop.it
Scientists probe the biases of “unconscious selective attention”
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Finding the Connection Between Prosperity, Compassion and Happiness | PBS NewsHour | June 20, 2013

Finding the Connection Between Prosperity, Compassion and Happiness | PBS NewsHour | June 20, 2013 | HealingAndTheMind | Scoop.it
Usually, as a country's GDP goes up, that nation's well-being tends to rise as well. But for the last 35 years, as GDP has grown in the United States, Americans' average happiness hasn't increased.
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LilyGiraud's comment, June 21, 2013 5:30 AM
Humans in the state of thread, are connecting to each other" .."There are social economic differences in the ability to read others facial expressions ( people in the lower economic range are more capable of this). People in the lower economic range of society are more compassionate ( what they do.they really meant it). More money less compassionate."
LilyGiraud's comment, June 21, 2013 5:31 AM
Lower economic class people respond more compassionate to others that are suffering, pay more attention. People of higher economic class, "do not notice the people around in need, the people that suffers"...