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The 25 Best Inventions of 2015

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Inventions

How much time should kids spend with screens? New advice for a digital age

TheAmerican Academy of Pediatricsis catching up with the times.<p>Back in 2011, it issued a policy called "Media Use By Children Younger Than 2 Years," which recommended no more than two hours of screen time a day for kids older than 2, and discouraged any time at all in front of a screen for toddlers …

How To Be Rich: Discover How To Be Rich Using Money Rules Of The Rich To Make Money, Gain Passive Income, Be Debt Free, And Financially Free In 6 Simple … Creativity, Manifestation, Success Secrets) | Trading Mates | Sharing Financial Freedom

<b>How To Be Rich Revealed Through Money Rules Of The Rich</b><p>This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to think and operate your financial …

Earth - Why are we the only human species still alive?

Two million years ago in Africa, several species of human-like creatures roamed the landscape. Some looked surprisingly similar to each other, while others had distinct, defining features.<p>In September 2015, another species was added to the list. Hundreds of bones discovered in a South African cave …

Humanity

Decision-making involves a little known brain region called the submedius thalamic nucleus

When faced with a change to our environment, we have to make appropriate decisions, which usually involves the orbitofrontal cortex. Yet …

Six Ways Schools Are Using Neuroscience to Help Kids Learn

On New Zealand’s North Island, the Korakonui School has launched a neuroscience-based program called Brain Gain to help students with learning …

Science and Buddhism Agree: There is No 'You' There

There is no consistent self. Here is why that's really okay.<br>Read More

Meditation

Neuroscience backs up the Buddhist belief that “the self” isn’t constant, but ever-changing

While you may not remember life as a toddler, you most likely believe that your selfhood then—your essential being—was intrinsically the same as it is today.<p>Buddhists, though, suggest that this is just an illusion—a philosophy that’s increasingly supported by scientific research.<p>“Buddhists argue …

Consciousness

Neuroscience's New Consciousness Theory Is Spiritual

"Science is not only compatible with spirituality; it is a profound source of spirituality" -Carl Sagan<p>It appears that we are approaching a unique time in the history of man and science where empirical measures and deductive reasoning can actually inform us spiritually. Integrated Information …

Consciousness

Connectomes make the map | Nature

Altmetric: 147<p>Citations: 4<p>More detail<p>Technology Feature<p>Neuroscience: Connectomes make the map<p>Amber Dance<p>Imaging<br>• Neuroscience<p>Correction: 25 November …

Central Nervous System

24 Daily Habits That Will Boost Your Intelligence

Can changing up your daily routine actually enhance your intelligence?<p>The inner workings of the human brain are still one of humanity's great mysteries.<p>As neuroscience has advanced, we've learned that we can train our brains to think more clearly, be more positive, and better express creativity.<p>In …

Framing

Brain Most Sensitive to New Memories and Stress At This Stage of Life - PsyBlog

In this phase of life the brain is especially sensitive to new memories, social stress.<p>The brain may be particularly sensitive to new memories and …

The most incredible things the human body does that people have no idea about

Just running the numbers on the human body should be enough to make the least secure person proud of their rig. You're packing some 206 bones …

Human Anatomy

Why pain feels good

Why exactly do some people enjoy eye-wateringly hot curries, extreme workouts or sadomasochistic sex?<p>His opponent had been known to cause seizures, heart attacks, and even death. But Jason McNabb looked remarkably calm as he entered the arena. The whistle blew. Assault came thick and fast – a …

University of Pennsylvania

Discovering the Brain's Memory Switch

<b>Scientists have recorded evidence of the brain turning off its memory inhibitor to make new memories.</b><p>In 1953, a man named Henry Molaison underwent a …

23 Ways to Boost Your Brain

More by Lisa<p>Want a healthier, sharper, better-functioning brain? It’s easier than you think to achieve improved cognition and memory. “If you want to …

Texas A&M

What's the Difference Between the Right Brain and Left Brain?

Are you right-brained or left-brained?<p>It's a popular question, hovering at the edges of sound neuroscience. The left brain is supposed to be more …

Humanity

20 Foods To Naturally Increase Your Brain Power

Remember the scarecrow in <i>The Wizard of Oz</i>? Here was a fellow whose cognitive function wasn’t quite where it needed to be. He joined Dorothy on her …

How to Stop Overthinking

Overthinking is a byproduct of trying to control. The "human" part of our being believes that we can think our way to safety and resolution when in fact, it is a combination of our left (thinking) brain and our right (intuitive/creative) brain that we form the best decisions and conclusions for our …

This is How Your Brain Shifts From Pain to Pleasure

It’s a common phenomenon: a touch that normally feels a bit painful can feel much nicer when you’re sexually aroused.<p>In an article at BBC Future, …

The first results of a brain study reveal something fascinating about smart, successful people

The researchers found that people with more traits the researchers classified as "positive," like high IQ, tended to have a greater number of brain connections than people with more traits the researchers classified as "negative," like high drug use.<p>But some say we should be cautious in how we …

The Brain

How The Brains Of Happy, Successful People Are Wired

It seems that some people may really have all the luck. According to the "general intelligence g factor" theory, if you're adept at one cognitive function (like working memory), you're likely to be adept in others (like attentional control).<p>Now, provocative new research from Oxford University …

The Brain

37 Earl Nightingale Quotes That Will Empower You to Soar High | Inc.com

When you have an attitude of altitude, and when you are grateful for what you have, your chances to have a meaningful and successful life are greater. Start where you are now to develop this mindset. You have the potential to do many things, even those things you may think are impossible. Broaden …

Motivation

Mind Before Matter: How Consciousness is Making a Comeback Through Scientific Exploration

1st October 2015 By Phillip J. Watt Guest Writer for Wake Up World A person’s worldview has always been shaped by their culture and period in …

Global Perspectives