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Scholarship for College Students Living with a Neurological Disorder

Bella Soul is a charity that empowers college students faced with chronic illness, physical disabilities, and disease through scholarships and emotional support. I have partnered with them to serve on and advise their scholarship committee on a voluntary basis. Their First Annual Luke G. Neurological Scholarship will award $500 to $1,000 to full-time students enrolled […]

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Neurological Basis of Altruism

Altruistic behavior is often seen as a hallmark of civilized person. Defined as a selfless concern for the well-being of others, or action/behavior that benefits others at someone’s own expense, altruism was, for very long time, viewed from two opposite perspectives. Some would argue that altruism is an integral part of human nature, something that […]

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The Neurological Mechanisms Behind Hypnosis

This is an article worth starting with a disclaimer: at the present time, science does not have clear understanding of why some people can be hypnosized and what are the exact neurological mechanisms causing the state of hypnosis, and therefore this article will not answer the question posed in the title. All I can do […]

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