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Aug
13
reviewed Close Neurobiology of addiction recovery
Aug
13
reviewed Close Python MNE - reading EEG data from array
Aug
13
reviewed Close What is the relationship between the ego, amygdala and consciousness?
Aug
13
comment What is the relationship between the ego, amygdala and consciousness?
Is there any scientific research (bloggers don't count) that you can point to, which might help understand the direction of the answer you are looking for?
Aug
13
reviewed Close Is our attention attracted by bright lights?
Aug
11
reviewed Close Is there a disorder that causes one to give inanimate objects human emotions?
Aug
11
reviewed Leave Open What is the mechanism behind one's fascination in a topic or subject?
Aug
11
reviewed Close Can rationalization be objectively recognized?
Aug
11
answered Are younger people less capable of driving?
Aug
11
comment Are younger people less capable of driving?
I think it would be tough to pinpoint an exact answer on this. There are too many confounding variables. But I would generally chalk it up to lack of experience for a number of reasons. Experience is powerful training on the road.
Jul
23
comment Flow diagram of how information flows through the brain?
Understood, and I suspect with how little we know about how the brain works, what you are looking for doesn't exist, at least not a complete map from end to end. The sensory input piece is pretty well mapped, but they get stuck after that in figuring out how the brain processes signals.
Jul
15
comment Can a person be brilliant even though slow at resolving problems?
Perhaps the question should be "is the IQ test valid," to which you would probably get several reasons why it is not, this perhaps being only one of them.
Jul
14
answered Flow diagram of how information flows through the brain?
Jul
14
reviewed Close In NEURON simulator, what is the command for “Init & Run” button?
Jul
14
reviewed Close Analyze subconscious/unconscious scientifically
Jul
14
reviewed Close In NEURON simulator, how can I save the values of a graph to a file?
Jul
14
reviewed Close How is it the case that it is easy to voluntarily trick our sense of sound, but not any of our other senses
Jul
14
answered Role of declarative memory in learning skill
Apr
23
awarded  Yearling
Feb
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comment Is there a way to avoid false memories?
based on how memory works, the answer is almost certainly no.