Brainbots on Brains, eh

electrical jelly blobs,

still, there is a brain cell unique to primates in the consciousness sphere.

Great minds may think alike, but all minds look alike
Great minds may think alike, but all minds look alike
Joan Poh
This is something that we should really focus on developing. Lots of people with depression don’t respond to medication but psychiatrists continue to prescribe them despite protest from patients.

Nina K Tryggvason
yes, because the problem is in society, not a chemical in the head reaction, but an emotional response to social stimulation.
because it is easy to write a prescription, then blame the person why the process doesn’t work, eh.

Joan Poh
i also suspect the bottom line and commissions given to doctors…

Nina K Tryggvason
yup. #PeopleNotProfits and #PeopleNotProphets

How the Brain and Personality Provide Protection Against Emotional Distress

Personality traits can protect an individual’s brain against symptoms of emotional distress, namely depression and anxiety.

The research is in Personality Neuroscience. (full open access)

How the Brain and Personality Provide Protection Against Emotional Distress
How the Brain and Personality Provide Protection Against Emotional Distress

humans and literacy

abstract and symbolic cognition

A neuroscientist explains what tech does to the reading brain
A neuroscientist explains what tech does to the reading brain

the prime ape of the primates

makes a conscious discovery

Brain cell discovery could help scientists understand consciousness
Brain cell discovery could help scientists understand consciousness
I wonder if the social isolation problem becomes clearer, eh
Never leave the basement again with this stupid opulent gaming chair – TechCrunch

there are no human sub-species
and there’s less than 1% genetic diversity
across all over 7 billion of us

the only brain difference is what is put in and how they are socialized, eh

The agoraphobic philosopher

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1 Response to Brainbots on Brains, eh

  1. Pingback: the not the thing is not a variation of said thing. eh. | Nina's Soap Bubble Box

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