It is a fact that human beings have a strong desire to pursue happiness. Yet, it seems that in our advanced modern world, where we’ve become experts on just about anything, happiness is not so easy to come by.
A new study by Dr. Keisuke Suzuki, Professor Anil Seth, and colleagues at the Sackler Centre – published in the journalNeuropsychologia - now shows that external visualization of one’s heartbeat can influence what we experience as our own body.
The team used a unique combination of heartbeat monitoring and augmented reality to implement a ‘cardio-visual’ version of the rubber hand illusion. Participants wore a ‘head mounted display’ through which they saw a virtual-reality version of their own hand projected in front of them, while their real hand remained hidden out of view. The virtual hand was made to pulse to red and back either in-time or out-of-time with their heartbeat.
The researchers found that the virtual hand was more likely to be experienced as part of a person’s body when the ‘cardio-visual’ feedback was aligned with the actual heartbeat, than when it was misaligned. This shows that the brain integrates its perception of the body from the outside with its perception from the inside, in determining what is experienced as its body.
Algumas das perguntas mais importantes que podemos fazer são, o que nos faz feliz? É a felicidade algo que podemos manter? Que consequências traz a felicidade para nós e as nossas imediações? Estas e mais perguntas são respondidas abaixo.
Uma coisa estranha aconteceu na Tanzânia em 1962. Num internato missionário perto do Lago Victoria no distrito de Baboba, houve uma epidemia de riso. E isto não foram apenas algumas meninas de escola a partilharem uma piada. Um desejo irresistível de rir irrompeu de pessoa para pessoa até que mais um milhar de pessoas tivessem sido afectadas.
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