Wlodzislaw Duch

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Listening Effort: How the Cognitive Consequences of Acoustic Challenge Are Reflected in Brain and Behavior

Jonathan E. Peelle<p>DOI: 10.1097/AUD.0000000000000494<p>Author Information: Department of Otolaryngology, Washington University in Saint Louis, Saint …

The Brain

If Music Sends Shivers Down Your Spin, You Have a Special Brain

If a good beat sends shivers down your spine, you may have a unique brain. According to research published by <i>Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience</i>, people whose bodies respond to music have structurally different brains than the rest.<p>In these individuals, the auditory cortex communicates more …

The Brain

Code and softwares - Fabien Lotte's professional homepage

OpenViBE: An Open-Source Software Platform to Easily Design, Test and Use Brain-Computer Interfaces<p>OpenViBE is a free and open-source software …

Your Home for Data Science

Learn to do<br>data science<p>Survive the Titanic and get started with Python or R<br>• Study benchmark models and code shared on Kernels<br>• Read interviews with top …

A Brain Built From Atomic Switches Can Learn

A tiny self-organized mesh full of artificial synapses recalls its experiences and can solve simple problems. Its inventors hope it points the way to …

Engineering

The science behind the 15 most common smart drugs

<i>More photos from this reportage are featured in Quartz’s new book</i> The Objects that Power the Global Economy. <i>You may not have seen these objects before, but they’ve already changed the way you live. Each chapter examines an object that is driving radical change in the global economy. This is from</i> …

The Brain

Neuroscientists just launched a project to solve the greatest mysteries about the human brain

The CERN of the Brain<p>On 19 September, teams of scientists from 21 neuroscience laboratories officially launched an ambitious new venture: to form an …

Artificial Intelligence

Neuroscience News wrote a new post, Don't Multitask While You Read This, on the site Neuroscience News

Summary: A new study reveals that while multitasking diminishes our ability to remember some things, we can still focus on important information …

The Brain

How we recall the past

When we have a new experience, the memory of that event is stored in a neural circuit that connects several parts of the hippocampus and other brain …

Neuroscience

Patient Plays Saxophone While Surgeons Remove Brain Tumor

A musician who played his saxophone during surgery to remove a brain tumor helped researchers shed light on how music is processed in the brain.

Neuroscience

Reliance on 'Gut Feelings' Linked to Belief in Fake News

<i>Summary: According to a PLOS ONE study, political bias isn’t all that helps shape how we perceive truth and news, trusting intuitions also plays a</i> …

Psychology

20 Minute Test Determines Attention and Memory Capacity in Schizophrenia Patients

<i>Summary: Researchers at UAB have developed an assessment test, that can be completed within 20 minutes, to assess the cognitive capabilities of those</i> …

Neuroscience

Maximizing Brain Use

<i>Summary: Researchers have identified a new method that may help identify neural processes associated with optimal response to stimuli. They report</i> …

Neuroscience

Teens' Ability to Consider the Intentions of Others Linked to Structural Changes in the Brain

<i>Summary: A new Scientific Reports study links structural changes in the teenage brain to behavioral changes when it comes to understanding the</i> …

Neuroscience

Neuroscience News wrote a new post, Eye Movements Reveal Temporal Expectation Deficits in ADHD, on the site Neuroscience News

Summary: An eye tracking technique that measures small involuntary eye movements may provide a new method for monitoring temporal expectations in …

ADHD

Neuroscience News wrote a new post, Predicting Atypical Development in Infants at High Risk for Autism, on the site Neuroscience News

Summary: Researchers have identified biomarkers for atypical development in children as young as one month old who are at high risk of familial …

Autism

The Bilingual Brain Calculates Differently Depending on the Language Used

<i>Summary: A new study reports mathematical processes in the brain are influenced by language. Studying bilingual people, researchers discovered</i> …

The Brain

Neuroscience News wrote a new post, Magnetic Fields to Alleviate Anxiety, on the site Neuroscience News

Summary: Using a combination of transcranial magnetic stimulation and virtual reality, researchers have helped to reduce anxiety in people with panic …

The Brain

Neuroscience News wrote a new post, Connecting a Human Brain to the Internet in Real Time, on the site Neuroscience News

Summary: A new project dubbed Brainternet can turn the brain into an Internet of Things node online.Source: Wits.Can you read my mind? In research …

Internet of Things

Neuroscience News wrote a new post, Reactivating Visual Memories is a New Alternative to 'Practice Makes Perfect', on the site Neuroscience News

Summary: Repeated, extensive practice can be replaced by brief memory reactivation to help boost learning, a new study reports.Source: AFTAU.A new …

The Brain

Neuroscience News wrote a new post, Uncovering the Neurons That Drive Thirst, on the site Neuroscience News

Summary: Using optogenetics, Stanford researchers identify a set of neurons that help regulate thirst.Source: Stanford.What makes us thirsty? On some …

Neuroscience

On optimal spatial filtering for the detection of phase coupling in multivariate neural recordings

Contentious 'Crime Gene' Defense Loses Support From Scientists

Whether violence is in our DNA is still up for debate.<p>In 2009, Stefania Albertani pled guilty to killing her sister, burning the body, then …

Justice

Apple is looking for psychologist to improve Siri

Apple’s digital assistant Siri could soon become your new psychologist.<p>According to a new job listing posted by Apple, the company is searching for a software engineer that also has some previous experience in psychology or counseling. Why? Because people are starting to talk to Siri like its a …

iOS

Technologia Uziemiania: Uziemiające prześcieradła, Maty i więcej

Groundology to oficjalni dystrybutorzy produktów Clinta Obera Earthing™.<br>Sprzedajemy uziemiające prześcieradła, maty, opaski uziemiające, plastry, …

Wykłady |

'Siri, I'm depressed': Apple wants iPhone assistant to become a personal therapist

Job advert is looking for computer engineer with psychology background.<p>According to Apple, "people have serious conversations with Siri". People, the …

Artificial Intelligence

This iPad synthesiser lets you play almost any sound

SyndtSphere may be just about the most flexible music instrument ever. It is also an iPad app. Klevgränd’s SyndtSphere can be a piano, a violin, a flute, a bass, but it can also be anything in-between. If you ever struggled to find the exact sound you wanted out of a synthesizer, then should try …

Synthesizers

Close but no cigar: Spatial precision deficits following medial temporal lobe lesions provide novel insight into theoretical models of navigation and memory

Abstract<p>Increasing evidence suggests that the human hippocampus contributes to a range of different behaviors, including episodic memory, language, …

A New Mechanism For Controlling Memory

<i>Summary: Study reveals receptor movement is essential for synaptic plasticity as a response to neural activity. Halting receptor movement may block</i> …

Neuroscience