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Neuroeconomics – Capitalisation on Consumer Control?

In an attempt to explain the internal processes governing the occurrences in the economic world, neuroeconomics is an emerging interdisciplinary field attempting to merge psychology and economic theory. Simply put, the biological basis of behavioral economics; how and why people make judgements and decisions with economic consequences in terms of simple cerebral biology. But why […]

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Sex differences in cognition are small

Lately I’ve been thinking about sex differences in brain and cognition. There are undeniable differences in the physical size of the brain, and different brain areas, even if there are no ‘female’ and ‘male’ brains categorically. These physical differences do not translate directly into commensurate differences in cognition. Indeed, there is support for a ‘gender […]

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Use These Five Methods To Find Personal Growth and be More Successful Through Reading

If you haven’t picked up a book lately, you might be surprised to find how much you can learn through reading. You can start a new life with the proper knowledge, if you just pick it up. If you want to succeed, take some time to read. What you can learn is amazing. Let’s take […]

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Can Mental Programming Help You Lose Weight?

Weight loss is a common goal for men and women. With the numbers of obese people rising, particularly in Western countries, dieting programs and weight loss books and products are becoming increasingly popular. There are over one billion obese adults in the world. Obesity is known to cause a range of health problems from high […]

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Boost Confidence with Brain Training

Confidence is an attractive and necessary quality to succeed in business, relationships, and life. But, it is a subjective and, sometimes, misunderstood characteristic. From the painfully shy to the arrogantly over-confident, what makes people think and feel what they think and feel about themselves? The authors of a new study report that they have uncovered […]

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Using Magnets on the Brain to Bring Back Memories

New research is challenging the idea that working memory helps us remembers things through sustained brain activity. Instead, researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison have found that our brains tuck less-important information away beyond the reach of the tools that typically monitor brain activity. The researchers then were able to bring that information back into […]

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The Miracle of Creative Visualization and Easily done Application

How do you mean to utilize imaginative visualization? An excellent bulk of individuals use it to get product ownerships. And obviously, there’s not a thing incorrect with this, however exactly what you might unknown is that innovative visualization enables the symptom of a lot more than basic items! You can in fact alter your whole […]

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Your Brain on Alcohol Blackouts

“Uuuuggh…no, no, no, no, noooo!?” Like a scene out of Hangover 3, the moment you remember that you don’t remember the night before&8230;is gut-wrenching! It’s perfectly normal to feel riddled with guilt and shame as you wrack your brain for any evidence you may have made a fool of yourself the night before. Memory seemingly […]

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How We Are Effected by The Unfavorable Effects of Napping and the Best Ways to Nap or Sleep Better

As you may like your day-to-day nap, a nap is not always a beneficial thing. A nap can leave you feeling more groggy and sleepy and this can put you into a nasty mood. The most awful thing a nap might do is to interrupt your routine resting pattern during the night. If you want […]

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How Prenatal Lead Exposure Results in Neurodevelopmental Disorders

During the prenatal period, the fetus begins to form one of the most complex structures in nature, the human brain. This process is called neural embryogenesis and it represents one of the most complicated processes in prenatal life. The process relies on the tight regulation of behavior of the cells that will make up the […]

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Why Sugar is So Addictive?

Addiction is a medical condition in which the person has uncontrollable desire to take a substance or engage in an activity, despite knowing that it may lead to adverse effects. Taking that substance or engaging in that activity will make the person feel good. Does sugar fit the bill? Clearly yes, as so many of […]

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Effect of Cancer Chemotherapy on Brain

Cancer is challenging to treat. Despite recent advances in earlier diagnostics and targeted therapy, radiotherapy and chemotherapy remain the mainstream treatments to complement surgery. Chemotherapy is an umbrella term referring to multiple aggressive drugs administered to cancer patients. What unites them is the way they work by targeting fast dividing cells in the body. The […]

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