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Scans Can Now Link Brain Activity To Intelligence

9 minutes agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“Now that neuroscientists have used maps of people’s brains to accurately predict intelligence, reality creeps ever so much closer to fiction.”

Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone

How comfortable are you stepping out of your comfort zone? You may be surprised to learn that stepping out of your comfort zone and trying something new and challenging can actually create more connections in the brain, while building your associative mass. Show More Summary

How to Make a Brain Cake for Halloween

14 minutes agoNews : NewsFeed

The cake was inspired by The Walking Dead

A Nano-Scale View of the Brain --"There’s Something Purposeful Going on Here”

For Harvard neurobiologist Jeff Lichtman, the question hasn’t been whether scientists will ever understand the brain, but how closely they’ll have to look before they do. Led by Lichtman, the Jeremy R. Knowles Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology and...

Supporting our Brains

59 minutes agoEducation / Learning : Learnlets

One of the ways I’ve been thinking about the role mobile can play in design is thinking about how our brains work, and don’t.  It came out of both mobile and the recent cognitive science for learning workshop I gave at the recent DevLearn.  This applies more broadly to performance support in general, so I […]

iZOMBIE Sneak Peek: Liv Goes Full Frat Boy

Liv and Detective Babineaux investigate the death of a hard-partying frat boy in this week’s iZOMBIE. Liv eats his brains and then attends a frat party in an attempt to search for clues. But since she’s taken on the victim’s personality, she ends up dominating at the beer pong table and playing childish pranks on […]

Why Praising My Daughter for Her Beauty Doesn't Make Me a Terrible Father

This post by Chas Smith originally appeared on Fatherly: An idea is a hell of a thing, floating across the brain's superior temporal gyrus, seemingly limitless. We close our eyes and feel the burn of pure genius and bask in its warmth. Show More Summary

Running for President Isn’t Brain Surgery

Why Ben Carson’s success as a neurosurgeon doesn’t translate to politics

What happens when your brain can't tell which way is up?

The Spaceflight Effects on Neurocognitive Performance: Extent, Longevity, and Neural Bases (NeuroMapping) study is examining changes in both brain structure and function and determining how long it takes to recover after returning from space.

Doctors Said to Abort Because Their Baby Had a Brain Tumor and Down Syndrome. They Said No.

October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month.  At Texas Right to Life, individuals with Down syndrome have a special place in our hearts.  We work tirelessly to ensure that all Lives – regardless of the conditions or prognoses that accompany them – are respected.  We fight for them every day. So we were touched when we […]

Brain Scan 'Fingerprints' Can Show How Smart We Are

Each person's brain activity, or "connectivity profile," may be as unique as a set of fingerprints, YaleNews reports—and could prove useful in IDing individuals, assessing intelligence, and predicting future success on certain tasks. In a study published Monday in Nature Neuroscience, scientists reviewed fMRI scans for 126 patients in...

Unique Brain 'Fingerprint' Offers New Method of Identification

2 hours agoNews : Newsweek: US

Neurologists have developed methods to produce unique profiles from an individual's brain activity

‘Funny Or Die’ Parody Rips Into Presidential Candidate Ben Carson Over Horrific Claims Of Brain Surgery Malpractice

In a bombshell investigation into presidential candidate Ben Carson‘s medical career, exclusively learned that the now-retired doctor was accused of butchering patients’ brains during surgery and even mistakenly leaving… READ ON

Novel UCLA Imaging Study Demonstrates How the "Social Brain" is Functionally Impaired in Autism Spectrum Disorder

A team of UCLA scientists has found that brain areas linked to social behaviors are both underdeveloped and insufficiently networked in youths with high functioning autism spectrum disorder (ASD) compared to study participants without ASD.

The Cosmos Inside Your Head: Neuroscientist David Eagleman Tells The Story Of The Brain On PBS

A new six-episode series on PBS tells the story of the brain, from how we perceive reality to the future of brain-technology integration.

Marissa Mayer and Mark Pinkus invested in a startup that makes 'brain drugs'

Nootrobox wants to change the sketchy reputation associated with brain-boosting supplements. The startup, founded by 20-somethings Michael Brandt and Geoffrey Woo, makes a variety of nootropics — cognitive performance supplements often...Show More Summary

How to Fully Engage Your Readers’ Brains with Images

This is an ode to your visual cortex. It’s a little unsung hero that sits, unassuming, at the back of your brain. It’s small — almost hidden — but it dominates your senses and creates the world around you. And it’s hungry. You see, your visual cortex is fast. Show More Summary

The Ferrari F12tdf Is A 770 HP Four-Wheel-Steering V12 Dream-Monster

3 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Like most people, I’ve always felt the Ferrari F12berlinetta (I didn’t forget a space, that’s how they like the name) was a little too tame. I mean, only 740 HP? Acceleration that only slams your brains mostly out the back of your head? We deserve more. Happily, Ferrari listened, and now we have the Ferrari F12tdf. Read more...

Scott Disick Appears To Have Kourtney Kardashian On The Brain AGAIN As He Posts A Cryptic Message!

Does Scott Disick have Kourtney Kardashian on the mind?! On Monday, the reality TV star took to Instagram to share a relatively cryptic message to his many followers. Video: Kris Jenner Thinks 'Getting Thrown In Jail' Could Be Good For Scott He posted: A photo posted by Scott Disick (@letthelordbewithyou) on Oct 12, 2015 at 4:50pm PDT Hmm, very inneresting. Of [...]

Medical News Today: New Alzheimer's treatments may arise from modeling 'heat shock proteins'

Modeling how small heat shock proteins prevent amyloid proteins clumping and clogging up brain cells could lead to new treatments for Alzheimer's disease.

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