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Marketing Brainology Jun 14
Repetition matters, but so does this
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Brian Garrison Jun 12
Why is it always THE hippocampus, and THE amygdala? Most brains have two, and yet textbooks and articles talk about them in the singular.
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Dr Kevin Fleming 4m
The corporate and private aspects of executive neuroscience coaching, wellness and addiction we offer at Grey Matters International
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Marketing Brainology 6h
From neuroscience⚛️ to behaviorial science🤝
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Louisa Nicola 7h
Using the method to test Devon Levesque reaction times by stressing his neural patterns. Using our Neuro balls to determine his speed, accuracy and reaction times while being mentally fatigued.
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Alvin Huang 52m
Mooses wandering on site and an elevated snowy mountain view nearby - still not cooler than the discoveries presented in this incredible
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Routledge Psychology 15h
Routledge are delighted to announce the launch of two new series in : Essays in Cultural Neuroscience and Essays in Social Neuroscience, both edited by Joan Chiao. For more information or to submit a book proposal, please get in touch with .
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Ming 6h
Brain Basics comin’ atcha!! What a great 2 days of learning with dedicated educators!
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ZXCVBNM 5h
Is there a link between ADHD and dopamine?
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NeuroScience Jun 14
Happy Flag Day from NeuroScience!
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MindShift 22h
Unraveling the behind : When we're hungry for answers, our brain activity changes in ways that help us retain new information
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Gregg Frederick 1h
“What this means is that memories are easier to make and last longer when acquired in teen years compare with adult years. This is the time to identify strengths and invest in emerging talents” The Teenage Brain
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Paul Walters 5h
What does the brain of a drummer look like?
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