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Who is a Good Boy? Google Can Now Recognize Your Pets in Pictures

Who is a Good Boy? Google Can Now Recognize Your Pets in Pictures | MindBrainNeuron | Scoop.it
Who is a Good Boy? Google Can Now Recognize Your Pets in PicturesCC0 / PixabayTech15:41 17.10.2017Get short URL 0 6710 Google has just leveled up the categorization capability of its photo sharing and storage service: now the app can identify your furry friends on images and sort them out, just...
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Baby died as a result of bleeding on the brain after a blunt injury

Baby died as a result of bleeding on the brain after a blunt injury Published: 14:36 EDT, 17 October 2017 | Updated: 17:56 EDT, 17 October 2017 Elsi
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Preventing Secondary Victimization by Educating Systems about Neurobiology of Trauma

Preventing Secondary Victimization by Educating Systems about Neurobiology of Trauma | MindBrainNeuron | Scoop.it
Too often, rape victims and other victims of trauma are re-traumatized by those from whom they seek help. Recent studies on the neurobiology of trauma have helped explain why victim behavior often confounds police, prosecutors, juries, healthcare providers, and even advocates.
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Researchers Pinpoint Jealousy in the Monogamous Brain

Researchers Pinpoint Jealousy in the Monogamous Brain | MindBrainNeuron | Scoop.it
Jealousy increases activity in the cingulate cortex and lateral septum, areas of the brain associated with social pain and pair bonding, researchers report.
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Scientific Method - BrainPOP

In this BrainPOP movie, discover the scientific method, which can design any kind of experiment! Learn how to make observations and develop inferences based on them. Then, form a hypothesis, make a prediction, and design a test to see whether or not your prediction was correct. Finally, you’ll learn why it’s important for others to be able to repeat your experiment. You’ll also learn how hypotheses become theories which change science. So next time you've got a hunch, use the scientific method and be sure!
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My TEDx talk ‘Indulge Your Neurobiology’ |

My TEDx talk ‘Indulge Your Neurobiology’ | | MindBrainNeuron | Scoop.it
My TEDx talk ‘Indulge Your Neurobiology’ Here it is: My TEDx Northern Sydney Institute talk ‘Indulge Your Neurobiology‘. In my talk I share my brain hack to improve memory, spark creativity, and regulate emotions.
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Neurobiology of Trauma | Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center

Neurobiology of Trauma | Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center | MindBrainNeuron | Scoop.it
What is Trauma?
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Infographic: CD47 regulation of cellular phagocytosis in cancer, inflammation & neurobiology

Infographic: CD47 regulation of cellular phagocytosis in cancer, inflammation & neurobiology | MindBrainNeuron | Scoop.it
Download this Infographic to identify the critical challenges faced in cell-based analysis, and how these are overcome by means of exciting developments in real-time live-cell analysis.
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6: Definition of tolerance

6: Definition of tolerance | MindBrainNeuron | Scoop.it
When drugs such as heroin are used repeatedly over time, tolerance may develop. Tolerance occurs when the person no longer responds to the drug in the way that person initially responded. Stated another way, it takes a higher dose of the drug to achieve the same level of response achieved initially.
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Breaking News | Your brain on nostalgia: first study shows neurons light up in meaningful places

Your brain on nostalgia: first study shows neurons light up in meaningful places Your brain on nostalgia: first study shows neurons light up in meaningfu
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The impact of child abuse: neuroscience perspective

The impact of child abuse: neuroscience perspective | MindBrainNeuron | Scoop.it
The world acknowledges the vulnerability of children and the crucial necessity for their oversight, nurturing, and love, but how we form the hearts and minds of children remains a worldwide challenge.
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Science proves that ‘baby talk’ is a universal language

Science proves that ‘baby talk’ is a universal language | MindBrainNeuron | Scoop.it
Mothers across the globe subconsciously change the timbre of their voice when they talk to their baby to help them learn, a new study found.
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Chemical Neuroscience | The New York Academy of Sciences

Chemical Neuroscience | The New York Academy of Sciences | MindBrainNeuron | Scoop.it
This symposium will explore how chemical biology is being used to increase our understanding of the human brain in health and disease.
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If you have a high IQ, you’re more prone to mental illness, study finds

If you have a high IQ, you’re more prone to mental illness, study finds | MindBrainNeuron | Scoop.it
The stereotype of the tortured genius has a grain of truth to it
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Should We Believe Survivors? A Primer on the Neurobiology of Trauma - Everyday Feminism

As feminist allies to survivors, we must believe that a survivor’s account of their sexual assault is true. Please read this article to understand why — even if we experience their account as disoriented, foggy, or even factually incorrect — we must understand that they are still telling their own deepest truth, and we must honor that. Survivors deserve our support. (via: trendolizer.com)
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A Brain Pathologist Explains His Faith

A Brain Pathologist Explains His Faith | MindBrainNeuron | Scoop.it
Professor Rajesh Kalaria talks about his work and faith. What stimulated his interest in science? What caused him to question the origin of life?
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Brain Research Foundation

We were so excited to finally meet Evan Dungate today. He's riding across the nation to raise awareness for Brain Research Foundation and donation
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CD47: Regulation of cellular phagocytosis in cancer, inflammation & neurobiology

CD47: Regulation of cellular phagocytosis in cancer, inflammation & neurobiology | MindBrainNeuron | Scoop.it
Technology Networks is an internationally recognised publisher that provides access to the latest scientific news, products, research, videos and posters.
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Neurobiology of Wisdom?: A Literature Overview

Neurobiology of Wisdom?: A Literature Overview | MindBrainNeuron | Scoop.it
Wisdom is a unique psychological trait noted since antiquity, long discussed in humanities disciplines, recently operationalized by psychology and sociology researchers, but largely unexamined in psychiatry or biology.We discuss recent neurobiologica
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Wolfe Health Neuroscience Fellowship x 2 (Fixed Term) - Job Opportunities - University of Cambridge

Wolfe Health Neuroscience Fellowship x 2 (Fixed Term) in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Cambridge.
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Trending themes in neurobiology

Trending themes in neurobiology | MindBrainNeuron | Scoop.it
Trending themes in neurobiology Guest edited by Nibaldo C. Inestrosa. This collection of reviews from Biological Research explores the recent advances of neurobiology from several top Chilean neurobiologists.  This collection of articles has not been sponsored and articles have undergone the...
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The Ultimatum Game | The Science of Empathy

Julian is back with an all new season of The Science of Empathy! Twenty dollars is a lot of money...well, maybe not that much. But how much of that mone
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Satisfying Video that Will Relax Your Brain

This video will satisfying you and satisfy your mind. The satisfying video compilation is great in 2017 and is new. Very relaxing and satisfying video i
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What We Believe - Dynamic Neural Retraining System

What We Believe - Dynamic Neural Retraining System | MindBrainNeuron | Scoop.it
We believe that trauma, in all forms, whether physical, viral, bacterial, chemical and/or toxic injury, or emotional or psychological trauma, can alter the body’s physiology and change the structure and function of the brain. It is the disorganization of neural networks that occur during trauma that can cause deep protective mechanisms within the limbic system …
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