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Feb
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awarded  Curious
Feb
11
answered How does my spinal cord know to take reflexive action?
Feb
11
asked Are there mental reflexes?
Jan
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awarded  Benefactor
Jan
22
comment What is the relative effectiveness of self initiated versus therapy approaches to repairing damaged body schema?
@NickStauner Ramachandran is definitely the who's who in phantom limbs, at least that's the impression I got from my research project (especially this Ted Talks video). It's part of what sparked this question; If the mirror neuron effect exists within us, then is it necessary (I won't touch the advisable part) to depend on others for care.
Jan
22
comment What is the relative effectiveness of self initiated versus therapy approaches to repairing damaged body schema?
@caseyr547 awesome link! Didn't know House covered that one. I am familiar with Ramachandran actually. It's hard not to find something by him when researching phantom limb sensation/pain. The mirror box is very fascinating and definitely outlines the core of body schema problems (proprioceptive sense, etc.). If you can find sources highlighting individual tasks (using alone, no need for 'pro' advice) versus physician-guided it would be within the scope I'm aiming for.
Jan
21
comment What is the relative effectiveness of self initiated versus therapy approaches to repairing damaged body schema?
@NickStauner haha! I hadn't even put those two together, you're right. Agreed! I've not got much rep here, but there's at least enough to throw at this question. I'm still very interested in an answer and this is the only SE question I've ever asked that didn't get any replies.
Jan
21
revised What is the relative effectiveness of self initiated versus therapy approaches to repairing damaged body schema?
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Jan
21
accepted Dopamine deficiency more frequent in the addiction prone?
Aug
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awarded  Talkative
Aug
25
comment Can we change our personalities?
@Taal not quite what I meant, but fair enough. On debate: I'm only an amateur Jung fan, a hobby here and there. The worst thing you can do for a cause is poorly represent it. I do hope someone better versed in Jung than I can drop by and address your assertions against his structures, though.
Aug
25
comment Can we change our personalities?
@Taal if you're interested in arguing Jung, I'm a poor candidate for an opponent. You might try someone with more experience. That wasn't quite what I was getting at in my answer. Without malice from I to you: let the votes speak. I do like Jung and won't change my answer.
Aug
25
comment What part of the brain locks up when a man is in the presence of an extremely attractive female?
@KeeganKeplinger Edited and credited. I'm not sure why I didn't get to that sooner!
Aug
25
revised What part of the brain locks up when a man is in the presence of an extremely attractive female?
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Aug
25
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Aug
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comment Can we change our personalities?
@Taal I'm interested in your perspective. Would you care to share an answer of your own? I'm not convinced.
Aug
24
answered Can we change our personalities?
Aug
24
comment Can we change our personalities?
+1 very interesting answer, thank you
Aug
24
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
19
accepted At what point does a complex become pathological?