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An iPhone developer and sleep researcher, engineer by education.

Bringing the Singularity closer, one app at a time


Apr
11
asked Can brain hemisphere activity/ dominance be inferred from the test subject's drawings?
Apr
1
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
29
comment What brain regions are activated when a dream is remembered?
I'm trying to understand if having some region of the brain inhibited prevents dream recall.
Mar
29
comment How long could Henry Molaison keep his memory of the present?
Not sure about short term memory, I think of that one as remembering a sequence of digits, not like "remembering who you are talking to and where you are an what time of day it is"
Mar
27
asked What brain regions are activated when a dream is remembered?
Mar
27
asked How long could Henry Molaison keep his memory of the present?
Mar
5
revised Can observing a composite photo of one's own face have an impact on own personality?
added 123 characters in body; edited tags
Mar
5
asked Can observing a composite photo of one's own face have an impact on own personality?
Mar
3
asked How does human brain pick out the most likely representation of object when an object is ambiguous?
Mar
3
comment Is there difference between a memory of a dream and memory of waking experience?
I've looked up episodic memory, and the two seem similar. Surprisingly, the article says nothing about the action recall in episodic memory en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Episodic_memory
Feb
28
asked Is there difference between a memory of a dream and memory of waking experience?
Feb
23
asked What are the cognitive effects of increasing testosterone levels in men?
Feb
21
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
20
accepted Can placebo effect be increased by modifying the perception about prescription/intake setting?
Feb
16
revised How does the brain learn what something is for the first time?
Added more detail after quote
Feb
16
comment Can placebo effect be increased by modifying the perception about prescription/intake setting?
After reviewing the articles, it seems like they go in the right direction and mention the setting as one of the factors, but without specifics. I'm more interested in factors that are not perceived consciously and are passively perceived
Feb
16
comment Can placebo effect be increased by modifying the perception about prescription/intake setting?
Looking at the article on persuasion, it seems to me like placebo effect is similar to persuading the patient that the treatment will be effective. The article on effectiveness of psychotherapy mentions that cooperation between therapist and patient is a key factor to effectiveness
Feb
16
asked Can placebo effect be increased by modifying the perception about prescription/intake setting?
Feb
15
answered How does the brain learn what something is for the first time?
Feb
14
asked Are “dumb product warning labels” an indicator of change of intelligence of general public?