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Shiva #Treenstsquirrel 15h
Get One Cheetah By Tail, And, Swirl That Direct Into Sun Core Vachak
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Endurance Jun 8
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Pablo Jamilk 6h
The success of all communicative act depends purely on the chance.
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Chuck Schallhorn (he/him) Jun 11
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liwaiwai Jun 16
How Much Can We Afford To Forget, If We Train To Remember?
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Emerald Health Bio 10h
The plays a HUGE role in + the plasticity of your brain which influences , , and the ability to grow past limiting behavior patterns 🙌
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Copacetic Aesthetix LLC Jun 10
The ability to have an open focus on the task at hand while letting information from alternative sources seep in, the thinker can make a broader range of associations and connections. This helps facilitate creative cognition.
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Manindra Kumar Jun 10
New evidence seems to indicate that mental imagery may have important practical benefits, including helping people change their behavior to achieve important goals such as loosing weight or enhancing certain aspects of their performance (Taylor et al., 1998).
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💧💦Just Judith'n'ALF Jun 12
I thought so too, but their pressing for makes it sound very to me.
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Vanessa Craig 3h
Thought provoking programme on alcohol addiction. Shame there was no mention about the devastating effects of alcohol on the brain. Alcohol-related harms involve more than just the liver
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® kala_bennu #AUTOPOIETICS Jun 11
Lower volume, more impairment: reduced cholinergic basal forebrain grey matter density is associated with impaired cognition in Parkinson disease. - PubMed - NCBI
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Dr. Mark JS Miller Jun 12
Replying to @DelthiaRicks
But I don’t think that will make a difference. Why? Because I think it’s parallel and downstream from early critical drivers. IMO
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Coaching from Wheresmylunch 18h
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Food and Behaviour 15h
Link between the body's glycemic response after ingesting certain beverages, and cognitive ability - notes from the American Society for Nutrition's 'Nutrition 2019' event
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Mitch Henderson | Clear Seas Research Jun 10
11 solutions augmenting human
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Sunil Maulik 21h
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® kala_bennu #AUTOPOIETICS Jun 10
Conference Sessions 1-30
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Food and Behaviour Jun 11
On the subject of poor diet and its outcomes, obesity and physical health tend to steal the headlines. However, diet-related cognitive decline and poor memory are every bit as insidious. New study outlined here:
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Qneuro 22h
found that the more mental a gets around the age of four, the more developed the parts of their brains dedicated to and will be in the decades ahead.
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DrThielst Jun 15
"These results indicate that 'minimally verbal' or '' -aged may be at risk of being underestimated: they may be wrongly regarded as having little potential"
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