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Sep 3 2010, 2:58am CDT
Source: CBS Philly
By Dr. Brian McDonough, Medical Editor
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - Singing on a regular basis might be the key to doing better in the workplace or at school. Learning to sing promotes structural changes in the brain that help you learn and think quicker on your feet.
The research was done in a strange group, not people but songbirds. I imagine they used very small scanning machines to attempt this but high-resolution imaging revealed structural ...
Full article at: CBS Philly
Jul 14 2014, 12:42am CDT
Source: MIT Technology Review
Knowing how the brain deals with other people could lead to smarter computers.The ability to discern what other people are thinking and feeling is critical to social interaction and a key part of the human experience. So it’s not surprising that the human brain devotes a lot of resources to so-called social cognition. But only recently has neuroscience begun to tease apart which brain regions and processes are devoted ...
Full article at: MIT Technology Review
Jun 16 2014, 11:05pm CDT
Source: Science Daily
Using EEG electrodes attached to the scalps of 25 student subjects, researchers have tapped the rhythm of memories as they occur in near real time in the human brain. The new findings show that EEG measures of synchronized neural activity can precisely track the contents of memory at almost the speed of thought, t ...
Full article at: Science Daily
Jun 5 2014, 8:33am CDT
Well, this is a wee bit disconcerting. Computer engineers at IBM are working to create something truly unique; the...
May 4 2010, 10:57am CDT