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Even on my worst days, I looked so normal. Brain Anatomy, Brain Injury, Clouds, People, Natural, People Illustration, Cloud, Nature, Au Natural

Most People Have No Idea That I Had A Brain Injury

Even on my worst days, I looked so normal.

Concentrating on word sounds helps reading instruction and intervention - learn to read - dyslexia - phonics Science And Technology News, Brain Based Learning, Brain Anatomy, Word Patterns, Good Readers, Brain Science, Math Concepts, Early Education, Interactive Design

Concentrating on word sounds helps reading instruction and intervention

A neuroimaging study by a University at Buffalo psychologist suggests that phonics, a method of learning to read using knowledge of word sounds, shouldn’t be overlooked in favor of a whole-language technique that focuses on visually memorizing word patterns, a finding that could help improve treatment and diagnosis of common reading disorders such as dyslexia.

Artist Greg Dunn creates amazing paintings and etchings of neurons and brain tissue that are also true to the science. Greg Dunn, Brain Art, Gold Leaf Art, Amazing Paintings, Science Art, Art Sketchbook, Printmaking, Art Gallery, Artwork

Dazzling Images of the Brain Created by Neuroscientist-Artist

Artist Greg Dunn creates amazing paintings and etchings of neurons and brain tissue that are also true to the science.

Scientific evidence that ADHD kids NEED recess. Exercise Is ADHD Medication - The Atlantic: Physical movement improves mental focus, memory, and cognitive flexibility; new research shows just how critical it is to academic performance. Adhd And Autism, Adhd Kids, Adhd Medicine, Adhd Medication, Adhd Brain, Adhd Help, Adhd Strategies, Attention Deficit Disorder, Adult Adhd

Exercise Is ADHD Medication

Physical movement improves mental focus, memory, and cognitive flexibility; new research shows just how critical it is to academic performance.

You Can Learn Anything by Khan Academy. Why Salman Khan is cautious about telling his son he is smart. Fixed Mindset, Growth Mindset, Khan Academy, Habits Of Mind, Brain Based Learning, Visible Learning, Character Education, Kids Education, Special Education

You Can Learn Anything

Change your mindset. The brain grows most by getting questions wrong, not right­­. Cement that learning by teaching others what you have learned. (1 1/2 minutes from Khan Academy)

The Neuroscientist Who Wants To Upload Humanity To A Computer: Randal Koene is recruiting top neuroscientists to help him make humans live forever. Brain Parts, Body Parts, Occipital Lobe, Brain Connections, Frontal Lobe, Brain Anatomy, Personal Wellness, Randal, Traumatic Brain Injury

The Frightening Connection Between Lack Of Sleep And A Shrinking Brain

While all of our brains get smaller as we get older, a startling new study shows that the amount of sleep we get -- or the lack thereof -- could affect h...

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Real Brain Problems

Real Brain Problems. This compilation of brain scans of patients diagnosed with various psychological problems are compared with those who do not have the sympt

Study finds complex link between neuroticism and cortical thickness in the anterior cingulate cortex, a region of the brain linked to anxiety and mood disorders, based on 450 participants between the ages of 19 and 80 using magnetic resonance imaging. Anterior Cingulate Cortex, Working Memory, Borderline Personality Disorder, Depression Treatment, Brain Activities, Neurons, Psychiatry, Psychopath, Neuroscience

New research shows memory is a dynamic and interactive process

Research presented by Morris Moscovitch, from the Rotman Research Institute at the University of Toronto, shows that memory is more dynamic and changeable than previously thought. Dr. Moscovich's results reveal that important interactions between the hippocampus and the neocortex, two regions of the brain, have different yet complementary roles in remembering places and events. These

Research details how developing neurons sense a chemical cue Brain Anatomy, Neurons, Research, Branches, Magenta, The Incredibles, Physiology, Orange, Detail

How developing neurons sense a chemical cue

New structural images help explain how young neurons make the right connections, showing how a signal, Netrin-1, interacts with specific receptors that tell neurons in which direction to reach. "Our work provides the first high-resolution view of the molecular complexes that form on the surface of a developing axon and tell it to move in one direction or another," says a structural biologist involved in the study. "This detailed understanding of these assemblies helps us better understand…

Researchers have devised a way to create snapshots of gene expression in neurons based on their connections. Science Topics, Brain Science, Nucleus Accumbens, Brain Connections, Brain Anatomy, Gene Expression, Molecular Biology, Neurotransmitters

Active genes in neurons profiled based on connections

When it comes to the brain, wiring isn’t everything. Although neurobiologists often talk in electrical metaphors, the reality is that the brain is not nearly as simple as a series of wires and circuits. Unlike their copper counterparts, neurons can behave differently depending on the situation.