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HEG Neurofeedback: What is a session of Hemoencephalography like? - YouTube

“What is an HEG Neurofeedback session like? Is HEG Neurofeedback helpful for Migraines, ADD, Anxiety, Depression, and Anger Management? http://www.Neurofeedba...”
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Inherited Memories: Too Good To Be True? - Neuroskeptic | DiscoverMagazine.com

Inherited Memories: Too Good To Be True? - Neuroskeptic | DiscoverMagazine.com | Neuropsicología | Scoop.it
“In December last year, researchers Brian Dias and Kerry Ressler made a splash with a paper seeming to show that memories can be inherited. This article, pu”
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Open house at CSUSB to demonstrate neurofeedback as health tool

Open house at CSUSB to demonstrate neurofeedback as health tool | Neuropsicología | Scoop.it
“SAN BERNARDINO >> Neurofeedback, a ground-breaking, non-invasive technique that can reduce or eliminate symptoms of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, post traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and other conditions, will be the focus of an o...”
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Inspector Insight » Exploring and Measuring Emotion: Neuropsychology and Visual Thinking

Inspector Insight » Exploring and Measuring Emotion: Neuropsychology and Visual Thinking | Neuropsicología | Scoop.it
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New Algorithms Search for Signs of Consciousness in Brain Injury Patients | WIRED

New Algorithms Search for Signs of Consciousness in Brain Injury Patients | WIRED | Neuropsicología | Scoop.it
“After a severe brain injury, some people remain in a vegetative or minimally conscious state, unable to speak or move intentionally, and apparently unaware of the world around them.”
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Rehab Life | #rehab

Rehab Life | #rehab | Neuropsicología | Scoop.it
“Got taken to see my owner today for the first time in 3 years.. She is in a specialist neuro rehabilitation unit... http://t.co/vH9zDUvHwZ”;
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New test helps victims of brain injury recover — University of Leicester

New test helps victims of brain injury recover — University of Leicester | Neuropsicología | Scoop.it
“Dr Gerald Burgess develops assessment to help sufferers of damage to the brain”
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Implanted Neurons made from Skin Cells become Part of the Brain

Implanted Neurons made from Skin Cells become Part of the Brain | Neuropsicología | Scoop.it
Scientists at the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) of the University of Luxembourg have grafted neurons reprogrammed from skin cells into the brains of mice for the first time with long-term stability. Six months after implantation, the neurons had become fully functionally integrated into the brain. This successful, because lastingly stable, implantation of neurons raises hope for future therapies that will replace sick neurons with healthy ones in the brains of Parkinson’s disease patients, for example. The Luxembourg researchers published their results in the current issue of ‘Stem Cell Reports’. The LCSB research group around Prof. Dr. Jens Schwamborn and Kathrin Hemmer is working continuously to bring cell replacement therapy to maturity as a treatment for neurodegenerative diseases. Sick and dead neurons in the brain can be replaced with new cells. This could one day cure disorders such as Parkinson’s disease. The path towards successful therapy in humans, however, is long. “Successes in human therapy are still a long way off, but I am sure successful cell replacement therapies will exist in future. Our research results have taken us a step further in this direction,” declares stem cell researcher Prof. Schwamborn, who heads a group of 15 scientists at LCSB. In their latest tests, the research group and colleagues from the Max Planck Institute and the University Hospital Münster and the University of Bielefeld succeeded in creating stable nerve tissue in the brain from neurons that had been reprogrammed from skin cells. The stem cell researchers’ technique of producing neurons, or more specifically induced neuronal stem cells (iNSC), in a petri dish from the host’s own skin cells considerably improves the compatibility of the implanted cells. The treated mice showed no adverse side effects even six months after implantation into the hippocampus and cortex regions of the brain. In fact it was quite the opposite – the implanted neurons were fully integrated into the complex network of the brain. The neurons exhibited normal activity and were connected to the original brain cells via newly formed synapses, the contact points between nerve cells. Reference: Hemmer K., Zhang M., van Wüllen, T., Sakalem M., Tapia N., Baumuratov A., Kaltschmidt C., KaltschmidtB, Schöler H. R., Zhang W., Schwamborn J. C. (2014) Induced neural stem cells achieve long-term survival and functional integration in the adult mouse brain. Stem Cell Reports, accepted, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.stemcr.2014.06.017
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