Yuri Busin

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Chip neuromórfico que se aproxima do cérebro humano é revelado pela Intel

Na briga pelo desenvolvimento de inteligências artificiais e sistemas de deep learning e machine learning, a Intel parece não ser um dos grandes …

Fotógrafa explora sua própria bipolaridade e transtornos mentais com série de fotos intensa

Publicidade Anuncie<p>Para <b>Maren Klemp</b>, a fotografia é um mergulho nos lados mais obscuros da mente. Diagnosticada com transtorno bipolar, a norueguesa …

3 Ways To Boost Your Personal Resilience

Be happier and more productive with these simples tips.<p>Last month, our country mourned the passing of Holocaust survivor and Nobel Laureate, Elie Wiesel. Wiesel is best known for his book Night, a narrative based on his experience of living as a child in a Nazi concentration camp. It is a painful …

Mental Disorders

Zap! Sparking the Brain Stimulates Creativity

That spark of creativity you crave might begin with a tiny zap.<p>In recent experiments, researchers delivered gentle, targeted electrical impulses to …

The Brain

What is deja vu? Scientists probe causes behind mystery sensation of familiarity

Most people have experienced the strange, overwhelming feeling of deja vu at some point in their life, scientists say. The expression, which comes …

Which country says it's fine to drink three pints a night?

International guidelines for alcohol consumption are so confusing it is enough to turn you to drink.<p>Scientists who studied drinking advice around the world concluded that there is a "substantial" risk of misunderstanding.<p>Guidelines were found to vary greatly, with measurements of the amount of …

6 drugs discovered by accident

Drug research and development is a costly business, but occasionally some of the biggest discoveries arise from very unexpected side</b> …

Do Smart People Make Good Friends?

Recent research suggests that our IQ, or intelligence quotient, might be related to our “SQ,” or social intelligence, depending on how close we fall …

Psychology

What being bilingual does to your brain

The difference between the brains of bilingual and monolingual children can be seen as early as 11 months of age, a study has found.<p>Bilingual …

Language

10 Indicators of Toddler Anxiety

Is there really such a thing as toddler anxiety? After all, what do toddlers have to worry about?<p>You’re right – toddlers have it made. They have no …

Why are some people more attached to their phones than others?

Some people frequently check and re-check their mobile phones. Once this impulse is triggered, it may be more a question of not being able to leave …

Scientists discover neural mechanisms that indicate that we actively forget as we learn

They say that once you’ve learned to ride a bicycle, you never forget how to do it. But new research suggests that while learning, the brain is …

Are You an Optimist or a Pessimist? Your Health May Depend on It

<i>“A person who has good thoughts cannot ever be ugly. You can have a wonky nose and a crooked mouth and a double chin and stick-out teeth, but if you</i> …

Study shows association among childhood ADHD, sex and obesity

The incidence of childhood and adult obesity has increased significantly over the past three decades. New research shows that there is an association …

Training the brain to ignore irrelevant information can reduce negative emotions

A simple, computer-training task can change the brain’s wiring to regulate emotional reactions, according to a recent study published in <i>NeuroImage</i> by …

Four psychological tricks to help stick to your New Year’s resolutions

Every year, millions of people around the world make New Year’s resolutions. And every year, the great majority of us break and abandon those …

PTSD-related study finds a single dose of MDMA helps conditioned fear go extinct

Researchers have discovered that MDMA — commonly known as ecstasy or molly — speeds up the extinction of the conditioned fear response in mice. The …

The Brain

How do our brains reconstruct the visual world?

Given that we see the world through two small, flat retinae at the backs of our eyes, it seems remarkable that what each of us perceives is a …

5 Brilliant TED Talks That Will Boost Your Emotional Intelligence | Inc.com

Emotional intelligence is more than a hot topic or trending hashtag. The term describes an extremely important concept: a person's ability to recognize his or her own and other people's emotions, to understand the powerful effect of these emotions, and to use that information to guide thinking and …

TED Talks

Parabéns, atingimos a burrice máxima

A fogueira de Simone de Beauvoir a partir da questão do ENEM mostrou que a burrice se tornou um problema estrutural do Brasil. Se não for enfrentada, …

Trouble spot in brain linked to learning difficulties in Down syndrome identified

New brain research has mapped a key trouble spot likely to contribute to intellectual disability in Down syndrome. In a paper published in <i>Nature</i> …

THE PARADOX: The Big Secret of Emotion Regulation

The mind-body system for regulating emotions is a paradox!You know how it goes. Whether you are just starting a diet, or trying not to think about …

I Think I Am Bipolar, Do I Need Therapy? | Ask the Therapist

My friend committed suicide two years ago. Four months later my grandpa died. For some reason the awful feeling never went away. Every day I have the …

6 Signs Your Child Has Sexually Inappropriate Behaviors

Photo credit: Big D2112<p>It’s hard to believe that a young child or adolescent would engage in sexually inappropriate behaviors that can ultimately …

The Science of Shyness

When Marla Genova's preschool peer accidentally stepped on her hand, Genova couldn't stand the attention and "quit." "My mom couldn't get me to come …

Parenting

Study shows angry men gain influence and angry women lose influence

Anyone who knows the history of the jury trial or has seen “12 Angry Men” is aware that U.S. juries were originally exclusively white and male. There …

Three-minute test detects common form of dementia that's hard to diagnose

Although Lewy Body disease (LBD) is the second-most-common degenerative disease after Alzheimer’s disease, it’s not exactly a household name. It …

Can toys really be ‘educational’? Well that depends on the parents

Being a child in the 21st century is very different, and some would say more complex, than in previous times. What remains constant is that children …

Are we sleep-deprived or just darkness-deprived?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) state that insufficient sleep is a serious public health concern, because it can lead to many …

Ecstasy and language: MDMA changes how people talk about their significant others

MDMA or “ecstasy” has well-documented empathogenic effects. The drug increases feelings of empathy and social connection. Now, research published in …