Erfahren Sie mehr über Autismus bei Kleinkindern. Autismus wird von der Weltgesundheitsorganisation zu den tiefgreifenden Entwicklungsstörungen gerechnet. Er wird von Ärzten, Forschern, Angehörigen und Autisten selbst als eine angeborene, unheilbare Wahrnehmungs- und Informationsverarbeitungsstörung des Gehirns beschrieben, die sich schon im frühen Kindesalter bemerkbar macht. Andere Forscher und Autisten beschreiben Autismus als angeborenen abweichenden #Gesundheit

Erfahren Sie mehr über Autismus bei Kleinkindern. Autismus wird von der Weltgesundheitsorganisation zu den tiefgreifenden Entwicklungsstörungen gerechnet. Er wird von Ärzten, Forschern, Angehörigen und Autisten selbst als eine angeborene, unheilbare Wahrnehmungs- und Informationsverarbeitungsstörung des Gehirns beschrieben, die sich schon im frühen Kindesalter bemerkbar macht. Andere Forscher und Autisten beschreiben Autismus als angeborenen abweichenden #Gesundheit

The Brain: A Users Guide To Emotions "As neuroscience researchers work to unravel the inner workings of the brain, we know more than ever before about the mysteries of where emotions originate in the brain and the connections between instinct, intelligence and emotion."

The Brain: A Users Guide To Emotions "As neuroscience researchers work to unravel the inner workings of the brain, we know more than ever before about the mysteries of where emotions originate in the brain and the connections between instinct, intelligence and emotion."

Synapses Shrink as Part of the Learning Process, or Why Cramming Doesnt Work | Scientists at Carnegie Mellon University have discovered a surprising new phase in the learning process that involves the shrinking of synaptic connections and explains why cramming for exams yields few long term benefits. The research has shown that in the short term, synapses get even stronger than previously thought, but then quickly go through a transitional phase where they weaken.

Synapses Shrink as Part of the Learning Process, or Why Cramming Doesn't Work

Synapses Shrink as Part of the Learning Process, or Why Cramming Doesnt Work | Scientists at Carnegie Mellon University have discovered a surprising new phase in the learning process that involves the shrinking of synaptic connections and explains why cramming for exams yields few long term benefits. The research has shown that in the short term, synapses get even stronger than previously thought, but then quickly go through a transitional phase where they weaken.

Short of signing up for a PhD in neuroscience, or trawling through the over 100,000 research articles published annually containing the word 'brain' how does one know where to turn online for simple, clear, evidence-based information about the mind and brain?

Short of signing up for a PhD in neuroscience, or trawling through the over 100,000 research articles published annually containing the word 'brain' how does one know where to turn online for simple, clear, evidence-based information about the mind and brain?

Obama Precision Medicine Initiative Aims to Collect One Million Genomes | MIT Technology Review

Obama Precision Medicine Plan Calls for Million-Person Study

Obama Precision Medicine Initiative Aims to Collect One Million Genomes | MIT Technology Review

A Quick and Simple Way to Think about the Brain  we created an infographic based on the work of Paul D. MacLean, MD and Rick Hanson, PhD that you can share with your clients. (Please feel free to make a copy to give to them.)

A Quick and Simple Way to Think about the Brain we created an infographic based on the work of Paul D. MacLean, MD and Rick Hanson, PhD that you can share with your clients. (Please feel free to make a copy to give to them.)

Meditation optimizes the functioning of the brain  Researchers at the University of Wisconsin discovered in a study with Tibetan monks that a trained through meditation brain works differently than the untrained. Has worked with the Tibetan Buddhist meditation on unconditional compassion. Richard Davidson, a neurologist at the Institute for Functional Brain Imaging at the University of Wisconsin believes that the results can glimpse a hitherto unimagined potential of the human brain.

Meditation optimizes the functioning of the brain Researchers at the University of Wisconsin discovered in a study with Tibetan monks that a trained through meditation brain works differently than the untrained. Has worked with the Tibetan Buddhist meditation on unconditional compassion. Richard Davidson, a neurologist at the Institute for Functional Brain Imaging at the University of Wisconsin believes that the results can glimpse a hitherto unimagined potential of the human brain.

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