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Lisa Eriksen

Why Oreos Are As Addictive As Cocaine To Your Brain - Forbes - 0 views

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    Oreos actually activated cells in this brain area more than did either cocaine or morphine, which suggests that that magical combination of sugar and fat may be even more delectable to our brains than drugs.
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    I saw this and thought, "Wow, I don't think I need to know this." :-)
Lisa Eriksen

New tasks become as simple as waving a hand with brain-computer interfaces | UW Today - 0 views

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    The bionic man/woman is not too far off.
Ruth Cuadra

Why we buy music - 0 views

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    pinpoints the specific brain activity that makes new music rewarding and predicts the decision to purchase music.
Ruth Cuadra

The Neurochemistry of Empathy, Storytelling, and the Dramatic Arc, Animated | Brain Pic... - 0 views

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    even the simplest narrative can elicit powerful empathic response by triggering the release of neurochemicals like cortisol and oxytocin, provided it is highly engaging and follows the classic dramatic arc
Lisa Eriksen

How Childhood Neglect Stunts the Brain | Wired Science | Wired.com - 0 views

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    Still so much for us to learn about the brain, behavior and learning.
Ruth Cuadra

Complainers in the Office: 3 Ways to Deal With Them | Inc.com - 1 views

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    being exposed to too much complaining can actually make you dumb.
Ruth Cuadra

iBrain, a Device That Can Read Thoughts - NYTimes.com - 1 views

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    The iBrain is part of a new generation of portable neural devices and algorithms intended to monitor and diagnose conditions like sleep apnea, depression and autism... Help people to communicate by merely thinking...researching signals that look for intent
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