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Jay_P_GFebruary 06, 2021

taiga.io http://actionpotential.jeremyrgordon.com/app/public https://www.ted.com/read/ted-podcasts

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Ear_WormJanuary 21, 2021

https://youtu.be/FkxUY0kxH80 - ------------------------------ The Most Beautiful Song In The World_Playlist https://open.spotify.com/user/spotify/playlist/37i9dQZF1DX9Z3vMB2b8im?si=gz4MVNngR8uHzA - -----------------Primer------------------------------ - -----------------Chill------------------------------ Bony Shelter Many Voices Speak https://youtu.be/E4XMJ9Yyo1E Anna Leone My Soul I https…

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slip-upsJanuary 08, 2019

"I am not my slip-ups, mistakes, or shortcomings. Disappointment in myself is a place to visit, but not to live. " Do good to feel good. Being kind to others lifts you both up, which can be helpful during your quit. Try to cut down on caffeinated drinks. They can make you feel anxious and increase nicotine withdrawal symptoms.

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Your smartphone’s AI algorithms could tell if you are depressedJanuary 07, 2019

https://www.technologyreview.com/s/612499/your-smartphones-ai-algorithms-could-tell-if-you-are-depressed/

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AI’s Potential to Diagnose and Treat Mental IllnessJanuary 07, 2019

https://hbr.org/2018/10/ais-potential-to-diagnose-and-treat-mental-illness

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Personalized “deep learning” equips robots for autism therapyJanuary 07, 2019

http://news.mit.edu/2018/personalized-deep-learning-equips-robots-autism-therapy-0627

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Augmented tongue ultrasound for speech therapy Machine LearningJanuary 07, 2019

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/10/171013123210.htm

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How to Build a Raspberry Pi-Powered Retro Video Game ConsoleJanuary 06, 2019

https://www.pcmag.com/article/361264/how-to-build-a-raspberry-pi-powered-retro-video-game-console $30_Raspberry Pi Model B+ (B PLUS) 512MB Computer Board https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA4648CU8582&ignorebbr=1&nm mc=KNC-GoogleMKP-PC&cm\ mmc=KNC-GoogleMKP-PC- _ -pla-BlueProton- _ -Gadgets- _ -9SIA4648CU8582&gclid=Cj0KCQiA68bhBRCKARIsABYUGieHMYTuP7ybglWXs0FT84cyKxiCkkHLjXsNbocHYt…

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Pegasus: The ultimate spyware for iOS and AndroidJanuary 06, 2019

https://www.kaspersky.com/blog/pegasus-spyware/14604/

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They Got 'Everything': Inside a Demo of NSO Group's Powerful iPhone MalwareJanuary 06, 2019

https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/qvakb3/inside-nso-group-spyware-demo

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“It Lets Me Fight the Bad Guys”: An Exploration Into the Factors Predicting Enjoyment of Violent Video GamesJanuary 05, 2019

Keywords: Video Games, Violence, Enjoyment, Self-Determination Theory https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10510974.2018.1438490

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Video games, emotion, and emotion regulation: expanding the scopeJanuary 05, 2019

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/23808985.2018.1442239

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Evidence That Intermittent, Excessive Sugar Intake Causes Endogenous Opioid DependenceJanuary 05, 2019

https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1038/oby.2002.66

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Evidence for sugar addiction: Behavioral and neurochemical effects of intermittent, excessive sugar intakeJanuary 05, 2019

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0149763407000589

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Sugar withdrawal and differential reinforcement of low rate (DRL) performance in ratsJanuary 05, 2019

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0031938414006167

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US police forces are practicing mindfulness to reduce officers’ stress—and violenceJanuary 05, 2019

https://qz.com/1025231/police-departments-in-the-us-are-practicing-mindfulness-to-reduce-officers-stress-and-violence/

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Mindfulness for Law EnforcementJanuary 05, 2019

https://brainhealth.utdallas.edu/programs/mindfulness-for-law-enforcement/

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Research to relieve stress of police officers expandsJanuary 05, 2019

https://news.wisc.edu/research-to-relieve-stress-of-police-officers-expands/

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Mindful Policing: The Future of ForceJanuary 05, 2019

https://www.mindful.org/mindful-policing-the-future-of-force/

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How Mindfulness Is Changing Law EnforcementJanuary 05, 2019

https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/how_mindfulness_is_changing_law_enforcement

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School of Graduate Psychology Research Suggests Meditation Can Help Police Officers Reduce StressJanuary 05, 2019

https://www.pacificu.edu/about/media/school-graduate-psychology-research-suggests-meditation-can-help-police-officers-reduce-stress

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The Case for Mindfulness in PolicingJanuary 05, 2019

https://www.calibrepress.com/2018/05/the-case-for-mindfulness-in-policing/

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Mindfulness‐based training leads to improved health for law enforcementJanuary 05, 2019

https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/casr.30453

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Evaluating Performance of Law Enforcement Personnel during a Stressful Training ScenarioJanuary 05, 2019

https://nyaspubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1196/annals.1314.031

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Terpenes Market Demand and Competitive Analysis by Leading Players Astrra Chemicals, Arora AromaticsJanuary 04, 2019

https://www.openpr.com/news/1470951/Terpenes-Market-Demand-and-Competitive-Analysis-by-Leading-Players-Astrra-Chemicals-Arora-Aromatics.html

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YC-Backed Startup CB Therapeutics Adds ‘Entourage-Effect’ TerpenesJanuary 04, 2019

https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20181218005206/en/YC-Backed-Startup-CB-Therapeutics-Adds-%E2%80%98Entourage-Effect%E2%80%99-Terpenes

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Several compounds in cannabis proven to reduce inflammationJanuary 04, 2019

Aside from CBD and THC, there are other compounds in cannabis that are responsible for reducing inflammation – such as terpenes. Several studies so far have shown that cannabinoids, more specifically CBD and THC, can have an anti-inflammatory effect. Now, researchers have shown that not only those two compounds have that effect in cannabis. A recent study published in the journal Cannabis and…

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The Importance Of Terpenes In Cannabis & Their Powerful Impact On HealthJanuary 04, 2019

Eucalyptus, pine, lemon, lavender, and cannabis all have very unique aromas. When was the last time you smelled these scents? Regardless of when it was, it’s important to understand that each aroma serves a special purpose. Specifically, they’re all potent molecules known as terpenoids or terpenes for short that are responsible for the scents of different plants, flowers, and trees. Not only do…

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Sequence of food presentation influences intake of foods containing tannins and terpenesJanuary 04, 2019

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0168159107003206

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Band Name GeneratorJanuary 04, 2019

for (var adj of [ 'happy', 'lucid','illuminated', 'tenacious' ]) {for (var noun of [ 'eyes', 'smile', 'happy', 'D'])] { print('The ' + adj + ' ' + noun); }} for ( let ad of adj){ \ for ( let no of noun){ \ console.log("the " + ad + " " + no) \ } }

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Healing Through the Arts for Non-Clinical PractitionersJanuary 04, 2019

https://www.igi-global.com/chapter/storytelling-through-dance-and-movement/211670

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Traditional Dances as a Means of Teaching Social Skills to Elementary School StudentsJanuary 04, 2019

http://www.e-iji.net/dosyalar/iji_2019_1_33.pdf

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Cancer Pain and Physical ModalitiesJanuary 04, 2019

https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-99684-4_46

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Adapted Dance Improves Motor Abilities and Participation in Children With Down SyndromeJanuary 04, 2019

https://journals.lww.com/pedpt/Abstract/2019/01000/Adapted_Dance_Improves_Motor_Abilities_and.17.aspx

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The Impact of Music Education on 7-9-Year-Old Children’s Creativity in TehranJanuary 04, 2019

http://ijpcp.iums.ac.ir/browse.php?a_id=2664&slc_lang=en&sid=en&ftxt=1&html=1

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Say "Thank You" - Or SomethingJanuary 03, 2019

https://www.jstor.org/stable/454710?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents

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EEG - Controlled Wheelchair Movement: Using Wireless NetworkJanuary 03, 2019

https://www.omicsonline.org/open-access/eeg--controlled-wheelchair-movement-using-wireless-network-2155-6210-1000252-100219.html

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Avoiding brain hacking - Challenges of cybersecurity and privacy in Brain Computer InterfacesJanuary 03, 2019

https://www.bitbrain.com/blog/cybersecurity-brain-computer-interface

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Wireless Brain Computer Interface for Smart Home and Medical SystemJanuary 03, 2019

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs11277-018-5932-x

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BCI and FES Based Therapy for Stroke Rehabilitation Using VR FacilitiesJanuary 03, 2019

https://www.hindawi.com/journals/wcmc/2018/4798359/

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A mobile and wireless brain‐computer interface for communication in daily lifeJanuary 03, 2019

https://sccn.ucsd.edu/~yijun/pdfs/BCIMeeting10.pdf

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Hm....?! BCI UltraSonic Directional Speaker Turret W/ Ai AimBot Capabilities.. January 03, 2019

Aloha, Welcome to the playground... .... . .-.. .-.. --- # .-- --- .-. .-.. -..

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human-computer interaction design & Directional SpeakerJanuary 03, 2019

https://ultrasonic-audio.com/products/acouspade-directional-speaker/ https://ultrasonic-audio.com/products/syntact-touch-the-sound/

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Algorithm for providing music to influence a user's exercise performanceJanuary 03, 2019

https://patents.google.com/patent/US7683252B2/en

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10 ways to improve your study habits.January 03, 2019

https://www.wgu.edu/blog/improve-online-study-environment1712.html#openSubscriberModal Many students work hard to acquire good study skills, but not many realize that having the right place to study is just as important. Your study environment can be a big factor in how successfully you’ll learn and retain information and be able to apply it in your assessments and on the job. At an online…

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NEUMON NEUROLOGICAL MONITORJanuary 03, 2019

Neuhelm's Neumon patent-pending technology is a field deliverable neural monitoring device and application suite which allows for sideline medical / clinician / trainer / EMT personnel to easily access real-time neurological data for a wide variety of applications. Whether as a stand-alone system or integrated into existing device, programs or software services, we provide many flexible techniques…

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Computer Game May Improve Some Brain Connections in Children With ADHDJanuary 03, 2019

NEW YORK—A brain-computer-interface (BCI)-based attention-training game appears to alter connectivity of some brain networks in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), researchers report. An estimated 38% to 57% of children with ADHD have inattention as one of their presenting features. A few studies have shown significant improvement in children with ADHD following BCI…

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Tomorrow Alicia MortonJanuary 03, 2019

The sun'll come out tomorrow Bet your bottom dollar that tomorrow There'll be sun Just thinkin' about tomorrow Clears away the cobwebs and the sorrow 'Til there's none When I'm stuck a with day that's gray and lonely I just stick out my chin and grin, and say, oh The sun'll come out tomorrow So you gotta hang on 'til tomorrow Come what may Tomorrow, tomorrow I love ya tomorrow You're always a day…

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Tank AmericaJanuary 02, 2019

Tank America is located in scenic Brevard County only 50 minutes from Orlando. This high adventure theme park is located on 35 lush acres of land that includes a 5 acre deep water lake, plenty of jungle terrain, and rolling trails cutting through the forest. The topography features a 1/2 mile course which billows up steep hills, traverses mud holes, whips around hair pin turns and across…

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This is an open-scource code project: BCI HUD Eye TrackingJanuary 02, 2019

https://imotions.com/eye-tracking/ https://courses.ece.cornell.edu/ece5990/ECE5725_Spring2018_Projects/fy57_xz522_AutoTurret/index.html https://www.instructables.com/id/Mind-Controlled-Robotic-Arm/ https://realsentrygun.com/contact.htm https://realsentrygun.com/Products.htm https://github.com/sentryGun53 https://realsentrygun.com/Instructions_Software.htm https://realsentrygun.com/StarterKit.htm…

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Brain–computer interface: controlling a robotic arm using facial expressionsJanuary 02, 2019

Abstract: The aim of this paper is to develop a brain–computer interface (BCI) system that can control a robotic arm using EEG signals generated by facial expressions. The EEG signals are acquired using a neurosignal acquisition headset. The robotic arm consists of a 3-D printed prosthetic hand that is attached to a forearm and elbow made of craft wood. The arm is designed to make four moves. Each…

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Robotic Arm with Brain ± Computer Interfacing January 02, 2019

Abstract Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI), is a modern technology which is currently revolutionizing the field of signal processing. BCI helped in the evolution of a new world where man and computer had never been so close. Advancements in cognitive neuro-sciences facilitated us with better brain imaging techniques and thus interfaces between machines and the human brain became a reality…

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A Brain-Computer Interface for Robotic Arm ControlJanuary 02, 2019

From a historical point of view it was not long ago since computers first appeared on the stage. With the invention of the arguably first programmable computer, the Z1 built by Konrad Zuse around 1938, the number of computing devices is growing at an enormous pace. Clearly the number of computer users is growing to the same extent and nowadays it is a mandatory skill to be able to use a computer…

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Therapist empathy, genuineness, and warmth and patient therapeutic outcome.January 01, 2019

link.springer.com Moving smiles: The role of dynamic components for the perception of the genuineness of smiles Eva Krumhuber, Arvid Kappas Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 29 (1), 3-24, 2005 Three experiments were conducted to examine whether the temporal dynamics of Duchenne-smiles influenced the perception of smile authenticity. Realistic computer-generated Duchenne-smiles that varied in their…

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Positive psychologyJanuary 01, 2019

Abstract In this article, the author describes a new theoretical perspective on positive emotions and situates this in perspective within the emerging field of positive psychology. The broaden-and-build theory posits that experience of positive emotions broaden people's momentary thought–action repertoires, which in turn serves to build their enduring personal resources, ranging from physical and…

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Get Creative With Learning: Word Out! A Full Body Interactive GameDecember 31, 2018

This paper presents Word Out, an interactive game to train a child's creative thinking and problem solving capabilities through full body interaction. Targeted at children 4-7 years old, Word Out employs the Microsoft Kinect to detect the silhouette of players. Players are tasked to use their bodies to match the shapes of the alphabets displayed on the screen. Being explorative in nature, the game…

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Associations with teaching practices, academic skills,executive functioning.December 31, 2018

Abstract Using data from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development and a model-building approach, the authors examined direct and indirect associations between first-grade (G1) classroom-level adversity (CLA), G1 teaching practices, and student (N = 1,073; M = 6.64 years; 49% girls; 82% White) academic skills and executive…

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Pediatric Consultations: Negative-Word Use and Parent SatisfactionDecember 31, 2018

Abstract Objective This study investigates the impact of pediatricians’ negative-word use on parents’ affective quality and satisfaction judgements during the medical encounter. Methods In total, 68 medical consultations were videotaped and pediatricians’ communication transcribed for analysis. We used the Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count application to measure the amount of negative words used…

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Language - The Loaded WeaponDecember 31, 2018

ABOUT THIS BOOK Today there is a reawakening interest in how language affects our lives. It comes with every threat to our safety and every promise of better times. It is a burning issue among minorities and a running debate between the attackers and defenders of our schools. Our deepest problems all are entangled with it: What shall be the official speech of emerging nations like Zambia and the…

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Weigh your words: An exploration of natural word use in a fat studies courseDecember 31, 2018

ABSTRACT The authors explored the natural language use of students enrolled in a university fat studies course using Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count software. Analytic thinking and clout primarily characterized students’ writings. Cognitive processes accounted for the greatest proportion of word use. Use of social words increased while biological processes word use decreased over time. Within…

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Exploratory mapping of theoretical landscapes through word use in abstractsDecember 31, 2018

We present a case study of how scientometric tools can reveal the structure of scientific theory in a discipline. Specifically, we analyze the patterns of word use in the discipline of cognitive science using latent semantic analysis, a well-known semantic model, in the abstracts of over a thousand academic papers relevant to these theories. Our results show that it is possible to link these…

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Connected seeds and sensors: co-designing internet of things for sustainable smart cities with urban food-growing communitiesDecember 31, 2018

We present a case study of a participatory design project in the space of sustainable smart cities and Internet of Things. We describe our design process that led to the development of an interactive seed library that tells the stories of culturally diverse urban food growers, and networked environmental sensors from their gardens, as a way to support more sustainable food practices in the city…

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Low-Cost IoT Solutions for Fish Farmers in AfricaDecember 31, 2018

Abstract: Although fish farming in Africa is developing in the last decade, it still has a big potential of growth to meet the fish demand with growing population. One of the key parameters for a successful fish farm business is the water quality monitoring. Even though it is essential, it is often too expensive for African fish farmers to monitor their ponds. In the WAZIUP project, we deployed a…

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An Open IoT Platform to Promote Eco-Sustainable Innovation in Western Africa: Real Urban and Rural TestbedsDecember 31, 2018

Abstract The digital revolution led by the Internet of Things (IoT) is already reshaping several traditional business sectors. Moreover, because of its very nature, the promise of the IoT is also to reduce energy consumption and pollutant emissions in several environmental scenarios. At the same time, it is desirable to keep the development of IoT as sustainable as possible, hence truly realizing…

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IoT based hydroponics system using Deep Neural NetworksDecember 31, 2018

Highlights • Hydroponics technology has been applied in agriculture. • Lot of countries including India has been practicing hydroponics towards farming. • Good amount of research done in capturing parameters by employing sensors and controlling the hydroponics system for the growth of plant by employing IoT Technology. • Machine learning algorithm like ANN and Bayesian Network employed in…

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MicroCEA: Developing a Personal Urban Smart Farming DeviceDecember 31, 2018

Abstract: Growing population, increasing urbanization and competition for shrinking resources, Food Security is a challenge around the world. The UN has made it a top priority in their Global Goals to promote sustainable agricultural practices with modern technologies and fair distribution system to sustain the world's population. In this paper we investigate the implementation of a micro…

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Sustainable Proteins? Values Related to Insects in Food SystemsDecember 31, 2018

Developing large scale production systems for farmed insects to supplement or replace feed and food ingredients from vertebrate livestock is often heralded as a more sustainable way to produce animal protein than currently used livestock production methods and is receiving increased interest from a diverse set of stakeholders ranging from political decision makers, environmental interest groups…

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Improving students' understanding of basic programming concepts through visual programming language:role of self-efficacyDecember 31, 2018

Highlights • This study implemented an intervention using the visual programming language. • App Inventor 2 was used to improve students' basic programming concepts. • The design-based learning strategy was used to the better understanding of the effects. • The visual programming language teaching improved learners' concepts. • The effect was especially large in students with moderate and low self…

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Reduced interference in working memory following mindfulness training is associated with increases in hippocampal volumeDecember 31, 2018

Abstract Proactive interference occurs when previously relevant information interferes with retaining newer material. Overcoming proactive interference has been linked to the hippocampus and deemed critical for cognitive functioning. However, little is known about whether and how this ability can be improved or about the neural correlates of such improvement. Mindfulness training emphasizes…

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Acceptance lowers stress reactivity: Dismantling mindfulness training in a randomized controlled trialDecember 31, 2018

Highlights • Mindfulness interventions train one to monitor present experiences with acceptance. • Acceptance is posited as a key mechanism for mindfulness stress reduction effects. • Monitoring and acceptance instructions were dismantled in brief remote trainings. • Monitor + Accept reduced biological stress reactivity vs Monitor Only and control Tx. • Acceptance is a critical mindfulness…

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Mindfulness-based resilience training to reduce health risk, stress reactivity, and aggression among law enforcement officersDecember 31, 2018

The primary objective of this study was to assess feasibility and gather preliminary outcome data on Mindfulness-Based Resilience Training (MBRT) for law enforcement officers. Participants (n = 61) were randomized to either an 8-week MBRT course or a no intervention control group. Self-report and physiological data were collected at baseline, post-training, and three months following intervention…

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Effect of tai chi versus aerobic exercise for fibromyalgia: comparative effectiveness randomized controlled trialDecember 31, 2018

Abstract Objectives To determine the effectiveness of tai chi interventions compared with aerobic exercise, a current core standard treatment in patients with fibromyalgia, and to test whether the effectiveness of tai chi depends on its dosage or duration. Design Prospective, randomized, 52 week, single blind comparative effectiveness trial. Setting Urban tertiary care academic hospital in the…

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The association between Tai Chi exercise and safe driving performance among older adults: An observational studyDecember 31, 2018

Abstract Background Age-related cognitive and physical decline can impair safe driving performance. Tai Chi exercise benefits cognitive and physical function and may influence safe driving performance in older adults. The primary aim of this observational study was to compare cognitive processes and physical function related to safe driving performance among older adult Tai Chi practitioners to…

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Effects of Mind–Body Exercises (Tai Chi/Yoga) on Heart Rate Variability Parameters and Perceived StressDecember 31, 2018

Abstract: Background: Heart rate variability (HRV) as an accurate, noninvasive measure of the Autonomous Nervous System (ANS) can reflect mental health (e.g., stress, depression, or anxiety). Tai Chi and Yoga (Tai Chi/Yoga), as the most widely practiced mind–body exercises, have shown positive outcomes of mental health. To date, no systematic review regarding the long-lasting effects of Tai Chi…

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A randomized controlled trial of mindfulness-based Tai Chi Chuan for subthreshold depression adolescentsDecember 31, 2018

The incidence of subthreshold depression (StD) in adolescents is growing rapidly, which in turn is known to impair functioning and increase the risk of major depression. It is therefore important to provide effective intervention to prevent the transition from StD to major depression. As a traditional Chinese mind-body exercise, Tai Chi Chuan (TCC) may be an available selection. Researchers have…

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Automatic personality assessment through social media language.December 30, 2018

Abstract Language use is a psychologically rich, stable individual difference with well-established correlations to personality. We describe a method for assessing personality using an open-vocabulary analysis of language from social media. We compiled the written language from 66,732 Facebook users and their questionnaire-based self-reported Big Five personality traits, and then we built a…

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Health Benefits of Blue-Green Algae: Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease and Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver DiseaseDecember 30, 2018

Blue-green algae (BGA) are among the most primitive life forms on earth and have been consumed as food or medicine by humans for centuries. BGA contain various bioactive components, such as phycocyanin, carotenoids, γ-linolenic acid, fibers, and plant sterols, which can promote optimal health in humans. Studies have demonstrated that several BGA species or their active components have plasma total…

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Algae as nutritional and functional food sources: revisiting our understandingDecember 30, 2018

Abstract Global demand for macroalgal and microalgal foods is growing, and algae are increasingly being consumed for functional benefits beyond the traditional considerations of nutrition and health. There is substantial evidence for the health benefits of algal-derived food products, but there remain considerable challenges in quantifying these benefits, as well as possible adverse effects. First…

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https://www.naqilogics.com/December 29, 2018

While the entire world seems to be focusing on control methods that require a separate GUI, we are striving to invent methods of controlling information systems without looking at them, touching them or speaking to them. ​ Naqi Logics is partnered with Harrisburg University and is a part of the Harrisburg University Start-up Incubator. We are actively seeking investors and strategic partners to…

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https://github.com/iamasifnazir/Student-PerformanceDecember 29, 2018

Dataset Information: This is an educational data set which is collected from learning management system (LMS) called Kalboard 360. Kalboard 360 is a multi-agent LMS, which has been designed to facilitate learning through the use of leading-edge technology. Such system provides users with a synchronous access to educational resources from any device with Internet connection. The data is collected…

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Yes, Mindfulness Makes You a Better AthleteDecember 29, 2018

This is going to sound ridiculous, but it’s the truth: when I visited Martin Paulus’s neuropsychology lab at the University of California, San Diego in October 2013, less than five short years ago, I had no idea what “mindfulness” was. This was way back before the hype cycle had kicked into overdrive. In a way, I guess I contributed to that early hype, because I then wrote an article for Outside…

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Mind over matter: How American commandos train their mindsDecember 29, 2018

Training the body is quite straightforward: You put on your running shoes and hit the dirt; you pack up your ruck and steam ahead; you hit the gym and lift heavy stuff. Training the mind, however, is far more difficult. To begin with, it is hard to find a metric to measure progress. It is tricky, for example, to measure that you have become more mentally resilient. You have to put yourself through…

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THE ‘BEST PROSPECT’ FOR ENSURING SUCCESS IN DEMANDING ROLESDecember 29, 2018

A new UM study finds that mindfulness training can improve cognitive performance in U.S. Special Operations Forces. On any given day, people are bombarded by countless pre-occupations and distractions, some we ignore and others that hijack our attention. One’s internal focus can be derailed by competing thoughts and worries, as well as external intrusions too — with text messages, e-mail…

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I controlled a robot arm with my brain, using this high-tech headsetDecember 29, 2018

For about $450, you can buy a 3D-printed headset that records your brainwaves and converts them into signals that can control everything from a robot arm to a remote-controlled helicopter. And you don't need to have brain surgery to operate it! A Brooklyn-based company called OpenBCI (short for brain computer interface) makes these headsets and sells them to students and hobbyists. And unlike most…

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Jedi Warrior: Mind Fitness Based Resilience Training (MFBRT)December 29, 2018

The full story on this program has yet to be fully told and we are the only members of the original design team who were also involved with the program’s full delivery. The senior officer whose inspired leadership brought our program into being, has asked us to consider writing the definitive full story of this historic program. Some day we hope to fulfill his request. We are frequently invited…

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Improving Military Resilience through Mindfulness TrainingDecember 29, 2018

Mindfulness, a state of mind where the brain is considered to be attentive of the present moment without judgement, has proven to be a promising mental health intervention for Soldiers post-deployment, helping them to deal with the psychological toll that deployment can take on mental health, according to experts. However, the period before a Soldier is deployed is just as demanding and stressful…

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USSOCOM identifies “capability needs”December 29, 2018

According to the organization’s procurement division, industry have been invited to Tampa, Florida ...

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Special Operations explores “Mindfulness” trainingDecember 29, 2018

According to findings publicized by the University of Miami (UM) on 1st December, mindfulness training was found to “improve cognitive performance” of US ...

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Hit the Gym after Studying to Boost RecallDecember 29, 2018

Hit the Gym after Studying to Boost Recall. Regular exercise boosts brain health, and a fit brain is generally able to learn, think and remember better. ... The researchers caution, however, that at most exercise can have a supportive effect—the important thing is to study well first.

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Nicotine Withdrawals: What Are They and How Can I Overcome Them?December 29, 2018

Physical Withdrawal Symptoms Everybody is different, and symptoms of withdrawal depend on many things, like how long and how many packs a day you’ve smoked. But for the most part, you can expect to have these common physical issues when you quit: Appetite. Within a day or so of your last cigarette, your appetite will shoot up for a while. Cigarettes contain 2 chemicals (serotonin and dopamine…

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Xylitol Crystal Candy - Tooth Friendly!December 28, 2018

Xylitol Crystal Candy - Tooth Friendly! xylitol flavored oil or concentrated candy flavoring (LorAnn Oils or similar, NOT alcohol based extracts such as vanilla) cream of tatar (potassium bitartrate) (NOT tartaric acid) citric acid - fine crystals or powder. Sometimes sold as 'sour salt' for cooking Equipment: double boiler or two nesting saucepans silicone baking mat or heavy duty aluminum foil…

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Treating drug dependence with the aid of ibogaine:December 28, 2018

Internet-purchased ibogaine toxicity confirmed with serum, urine, and product content levels Charles W O'connell, Roy R Gerona, Matthew W Friesen, Binh T Ly The American journal of emergency medicine 33 (7), 985. e5-985. e6, 2015 Ibogaine, a psychotropic indole alkaloid, is gaining popularity among medical subcultures for its purported antiaddictive properties. Its use has been associated with…

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https://pace.oregonstate.edu/catalog/permaculture-design-certificate-onlineDecember 27, 2018

https://pace.oregonstate.edu/catalog/permaculture-design-certificate-online Permaculture Design Certificate Online Designed For Hobbyist gardeners, professional planners, landscape architects, nursery owners, rural and urban farmers, school gardeners, and community organizers. Dates January 7 - March 22, 2019 Delivery Online | Instructor-led Cost $840 (+ $60 registration fee) Length Ten weeks Plan…

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Permaculture Garden Produces 7000 Pounds of Organic Food Per Year on a Tenth of an AcreDecember 27, 2018

Permaculture Garden Produces 7000 Pounds of Organic Food Per Year on a Tenth of an Acre DECEMBER 23, 2017 AT 10:11 PM Fifteen minutes from downtown Los Angeles, just 100 feet away from a major freeway, a small city lot was transformed into a mini paradise. A fifth acre lot, minus the house, garage and driveway, the family has converted the remaining tenth of an acre into a tiny food forest that…

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Bigs in Blue Aims to Connect Youth & Police Through Mentoring - Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa BayDecember 27, 2018

Bigs in Blue is a one-to-one mentoring program through Big Brothers Big Sisters that aims to build a bridge between law enforcement personnel and the communities they serve by pairing children facing adversity with mentors in local law enforcement. Currently there are 55 Bigs in Blue programs in the United States, including Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay. The pilot program for the Tampa Bay…

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Reflections December 26, 2018

I talk, but I do not speak my mind I hear words, but I do not listen to thoughts When I wake, all see me When I sleep, all hear me Many heads are on my shoulders Many hands are at my feet The strongest steel cannot break my visage But the softest whisper can destroy me The quietest whimper can be heardheard-TR

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https://www.logicmatters.net/resources/pdfs/TeachYourselfLogic2017.pdfDecember 26, 2018

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Human blood cells can be directly reprogrammed into neural stem cellsDecember 26, 2018

Stem cells are considered to be the all-rounders of our tissues: they can multiply indefinitely and then - if they are pluripotent embryonic stem cells - generate all conceivable cell types. In 2006, the Japanese scientist Shinya Yamanaka recognized that such cells could also be produced in the laboratory - from mature body cells. Four genetic factors alone are sufficient to reverse the course of…

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New Office Hours Aim for Well Rested, More Productive Workers A growing number of businesses are encouraging their employees to work when their bodies are most awakeDecember 26, 2018

Soon the steel workers, many of whom had been skeptical at the outset, were getting an extra hour of sleep on work nights. By simply aligning work schedules with people’s internal clocks, the researchers had helped people get more and better rest. “They got 16 percent more sleep, almost a full night’s length over the course of the week,” said Till Roenneberg, a chronobiologist at Ludwig-Maximilian…

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Effects of Music Listening on Cortisol Levels and Propofol Consumption during Spinal AnesthesiaDecember 23, 2018

Stefan Koelsch, Julian Fuermetz, [ ...], and Wolfgang Heinke Abstract Background: This study explores effects of instrumental music on the hormonal system (as indicated by serum cortisol and adrenocorticotropic hormone), the immune system (as indicated by immunoglobulin A) and sedative drug requirements during surgery (elective total hip joint replacement under spinal anesthesia with light…

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EFFECT OF NATURE SOUND THERAPY ON THE LEVEL OF CORTISOL IN POSTPARTUM PRIMIPARADecember 23, 2018

Yulinda Laska, Suryono Suryono, Melyana Nurul Widyawati, Ari Suwondo, Suryati Kusworowulan Abstract Background: Prevalence of postpartum blues for Asia between 26-85%, while the prevalence in Indonesia is 50-70%. Of all women postpartum can experience this is experiencing stress, almost 80% of primiparous moms experience feelings of sadness after childbirth. These stresses can trigger an increase…

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ASMR… For Language Learning??December 22, 2018

Have you ever felt tingles when someone talked to you in a soft voice, or blew gently into your ear? Did you feel drowsy when your mom used to wash or brush your hair? Are you sensitive to sounds like page turning, light tapping or whispers? Do you know this phenomenon has a name, and that it could also help you learn a new language? What is ASMR ? ASMR is short for Autonomous Sensory Meridian…

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Raspberry Pi/Arduino Hydroponic Vertical GardenDecember 21, 2018

Raspberry Pi/Arduino Hydroponic Vertical Garden... | element14 | Raspberry Pi Projects (4) 2" PVC 90° elbow - See It! (8) 2" PVC tee - See It! (4) 3" to 2" PVC tee - See It! (4) 3" PVC endcaps - See It! Note: All PVC pipe and fittings are Schedule 40 - cellular PVC Towers/Return (10) 10' - 2" x 3" PVC downspouts - See It! (1) 10' PVC extruded gutter 4" - See It! (4) PVC gutter end caps (make sure…

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Seed vaultsDecember 21, 2018

Patriot Seeds heirloom seeds store 5+ years in a cool location. These seeds are not tainted or genetically modified in any way and grow better quality plants that offer exceptional flavor and continual harvests. Seeds collected from heirloom varieties can be saved and planted year-after-year, making them a worthwhile investment into your future gardens. https://mypatriotsupply.com/collections…

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IV Hydration BagsDecember 21, 2018

WWhat’s Included In The IV Hydration Bag W B Vitamins: Vitamin B, especially B12, is important to protect the nervous system and maintain a healthy RBC production. Alcohol is a diuretic depleting vitamin and mineral levels in the body, making you feel tired, confused, and achy. Replenishing lost B vitamins helps manage hangover symptoms quickly. C Vitamins: Vitamin C helps the liver break down the…

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Computer Programming - EnvironmentDecember 19, 2018

Computer Programming Environment Advertisements Though Environment Setup is not an element of any Programming Language, it is the first step to be followed before setting on to write a program. When we say Environment Setup, it simply implies a base on top of which we can do our programming. Thus, we need to have the required software setup, i.e., installation on our PC which will be used to write…

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One Amazing Way to Master Mindfulness – Manta Dive Journal – MediumDecember 19, 2018

M Maybe you are on a journey towards running your own business, maybe you are a busy person working hard at making a satisfying and successful living, maybe you’re doing your best to take care of those that you love. You are probably dedicated to giving all of your energy to these pursuits, but find yourself stressed out and tired at the end of the day. It’s can be hard to carve out time and…

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MINDFUL DIVER PADI Distinctive Specialty Course Introduced Exclusively on Bonaire - DiveNewswireDecember 19, 2018

As you’re likely aware, the term mindfulness has become a buzz word, and has been used in the media at an increasing rate over the past decade. While most people are familiar with the word, many people still don’t entirely understand what the word means, or how using mindfulness may impact everyday life. The Mindful Diver PADI Distinctive Specialty Course has been developed to simplify this…

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GeofencingDecember 19, 2018

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'Creative thinking is your birthright' - success tips for creativity in a world of ideasDecember 19, 2018

Example logo image BOOKS 'Creative thinking is your birthright' - success tips for creativity in a world of ideas Madanmohan Rao Dec 19, 2018 This compact book shows the way to be creative thinkers and doers at the level of individuals and organisations. Creativity is a powerful force for change and impact, but is often misunderstood and not properly channeled. The new book, How to Get to…

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Here’s why laughter is the best medicine—besides actual medicineDecember 18, 2018

Physicians have used neurofeedback therapy to effectively treat anxiety, depression, mood disorders, posttraumatic stress disorder, and, more recently, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Relying on quantitative electroencephalography (qEEG) to map the grid of brain waves, physicians can use neurofeedback therapy to train themselves to improve behavior outcomes, such as sharper focus…

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Despite dearth of data, firms sell brain training as autism antidoteDecember 18, 2018

Physicians have used neurofeedback therapy to effectively treat anxiety, depression, mood disorders, posttraumatic stress disorder, and, more recently, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Relying on quantitative electroencephalography (qEEG) to map the grid of brain waves, physicians can use neurofeedback therapy to train themselves to improve behavior outcomes, such as sharper focus…

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Neurofeedback Therapy Improves Behavior Outcomes in Patients With ADHD MARCH 21, 2018December 18, 2018

Physicians have used neurofeedback therapy to effectively treat anxiety, depression, mood disorders, posttraumatic stress disorder, and, more recently, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Relying on quantitative electroencephalography (qEEG) to map the grid of brain waves, physicians can use neurofeedback therapy to train themselves to improve behavior outcomes, such as sharper focus…

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Neurocore and Neurofeedback: 16 Facts about Treating ADHDDecember 18, 2018

As the ADHD epidemic continues to spread, the treatment options available to those suffering from ADHD also continue to grow. Traditional treatment options such as medications and talk therapy are no longer the only avenues for ADHD relief. One such burgeoning method of treatment for ADHD is using brain mapping and neurofeedback to alleviate symptoms of the disorder. In fact, of all the clinical…

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Alan Watts and The Skin-Encapsulated EgoDecember 18, 2018

MAGICK RIVER Saturday, February 24, 2018 Alan Watts and The Skin-Encapsulated Ego (reprise) Several decades ago I stumbled upon the writings of a wry English theologian and philosopher named Alan Watts (1915-1973). I owe Alan Wilson Watts a huge debt of gratitude for having provided me effortless access to the essence of Eastern mysticism as expressed in the Tao Te Ching and the basic tenets of…

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FogponicDecember 18, 2018

From Seedling to Sprout to Product: Pod 'Fogponic' Planter Concept - Core77 1 Comment Yesterday, we saw a 'retirement home for chickens'; today we have yet another urban agriculture project by a group of students from New Zealand. "Pod" is a household 'fogponics' gardening concept by a quartet of second-year Industrial Design students (Adam Ben-Dror, Nick Johnston, Casey Lin and Robert Skenea) at…

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Soilless plants December 18, 2018

As the world’s population continues to climb, the climate continues to change, and issues of water and food scarcity arise, interest in alternative farming mechanisms is growing. Jiyoo Jye, M.Des. ’16, a recent graduate of the Harvard Graduate School of Design, is attracted to the social and cultural narratives within this agricultural revolution, as captured in her living, open research archive…

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Does It Matter Where You Go to College?December 18, 2018

This year, more than 2 million Americans will apply to college. Most will aim for nearby schools without global brands or billion-dollar endowments. But for the tens of thousands of families applying to America’s most elite institutions, the admissions process is a high-cost, high-stress gantlet. American parents now spend almost half a billion dollars each year on “independent education…

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Huge brain study uncovers ‘buried’ genetic networks linked to mental illnessDecember 18, 2018

Brain conditions such as schizophrenia and autism spectrum disorder have long been known to have an inherited component, but pinpointing how gene variants contribute to disease has been a major challenge. Now, some of the first findings from the most comprehensive genomic analysis of the human brain ever undertaken are shedding light on the roots of these disorders. Among the discoveries are…

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Simple Heuristics That Make Algorithms SmartDecember 18, 2018

BTalking about failure is increasingly in vogue. People have started posting “anti-resumes,” listing their rejections rather than achievements (for an academic example, see here). Around the world, people are encouraged to share their failures, including through videos or at public-speaking events. This movement is laudable: by speaking up about how frequently we fail, we are shifting the…

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There is no “failed” study—just a failure to learn from a study.December 18, 2018

BTalking about failure is increasingly in vogue. People have started posting “anti-resumes,” listing their rejections rather than achievements (for an academic example, see here). Around the world, people are encouraged to share their failures, including through videos or at public-speaking events. This movement is laudable: by speaking up about how frequently we fail, we are shifting the…

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Why researchers believe a radical new brain therapy could 'change medicine forever'December 18, 2018

It's a procedure that's already been used to treat Alzheimer's, tremors and depression, but researchers believe a radical new form of brain therapy may have only scratched the surface of its full potential. The procedure, called focused ultrasound, beams powerful sound waves deep into a patient's brain. The waves can be used to target and destroy the cells responsible for debilitating conditions…

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Neurofeedback Therapy: A Modern Technique To Resolve Trauma and Change Brain FunctionDecember 18, 2018

Neurofeedback therapy capitalizes on the brain’s ability to rewire and retrain itself in order to treat injury and disease such as traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), autism, PTSD and more. Patients don’t need to take a pill or deep-dive into past traumas to glean the benefits of this therapy. So what exactly is this potentially revolutionary treatment? Teaching an Old Brain New Tricks…

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Some Pain, Anxiety Sufferers Turn To Sound Therapy For ReliefDecember 18, 2018

Kris Sands struggled with fibromylagia for seven years. Doctors prescribed medication that treated the symptoms but not the problem. She looked into Pilates and yoga, but those weren’t the right fit either. Then she turned to something called sound therapy. “I feel like a million bucks. I feel like I can fly. My symptoms are gone,” Sands said. “My body just resets because sound and energy…

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The Rhythm of Your Brain Waves May Foretell DementiaDecember 18, 2018

If you could take a simple, painless test that would tell you if dementia might be in your near future, would you do it? What if that information could give you enough time to enter a clinical trial for a therapy that might help the disease? Early detection, while it may sound off putting, is becoming a reality for people who are not yet showing life-changing symptoms of dementia, but may have…

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In Rats, Oxygen Promotes Slow Wave SleepDecember 18, 2018

Exposure to high levels of oxygen encourages the brain to remain in deep, restorative sleep, according to a new study by University of Alberta neuroscientists. The researchers administered high levels of oxygen to anesthetized and naturally sleeping animal models, and examined the resulting activity in their brains. “We found that when we administer oxygen, our subjects’ brains switch out of…

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OpenKeyChainDecember 17, 2018

Frequently Asked Questions Are my secret keys safe on my mobile device? This is a very common question, and it’s not an easy one. In the end it comes down to how much you trust your mobile device. The real question usually isn’t, “how safe are they”, but rather “are they less safe than on my laptop”? The answer depends on three factors: Do you trust the hardware? Obviously, there are no guarantees…

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Hey Girl lyrics © December 17, 2018

Hey girl! The way you make me feel I know your love is real You satisfy my every want and need Hey boy! You're always on my mind We need to spend more time Cause no one else can touch my heart inside She look so good in her clothes She get dressed and roll So much man a fly down, Call the pest control Confident princess, She address them bold She nah manifest, Fi them sexual goal She wish them the…

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Cannabidiol (CBD) — what we know and what we don’tDecember 17, 2018

How is cannabidiol different from marijuana? CBD stands for cannabidiol. It is the second most prevalent of the active ingredients of cannabis (marijuana). While CBD is an essential component of medical marijuana, it is derived directly from the hemp plant, which is a cousin of the marijuana plant. While CBD is a component of marijuana (one of hundreds), by itself it does not cause a “high…

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States of the MindsDecember 17, 2018

The entropic brain: a theory of conscious states informed by neuroimaging research with psychedelic drugs (2014). And then here is some more current literature worth exploring: Neural correlates of the psychedelic state as determined by fMRI studies with psilocybin (2012). Additionally: Broadband Cortical Desynchronization Underlies the Human Psychedelic State (2013): Psilocybin reduced…

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The eggDecember 13, 2018

You were on your way home when you died. It was a car accident. Nothing particularly remarkable, but fatal nonetheless. You left behind a wife and two children. It was a painless death. The EMTs tried their best to save you, but to no avail. Your body was so utterly shattered you were better off, trust me. And that’s when you met me. “What… what happened?” You asked. “Where am I?” “You died,” I…

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How to Farm Insects at HomeDecember 12, 2018

Hotlix is known primarily for its lollipops and other candy containing scorpions, crickets, or worms – the type of novelty treats you’d find in a gift shop on a pier. Though the products might seem a bit silly, the company is quite serious about its insects. “We process them here, to make sure nothing like bacteria gets on them,” says Hotlix owner Larry Peterman. He also manages the farming of the…

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Social Communication and TBIDecember 09, 2018

There is more to communicating than just talking. To actually "communicate" we also must share information with another person. There are things you should do, and things you should not do: You need to be able to listen to and remember what you hear. You need to take turns with the other person, and not interrupt. You need to share the information you have accurately and without rambling. What you…

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PodcastNovember 23, 2018

David Foster Wallace: Uncut & Untamed when the interview is over. https://youtu.be/FkxUY0kxH80

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Current trajectoryNovember 19, 2018

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Hey JimmyNovember 04, 2018

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GoodbyesNovember 02, 2018

See ya soon big baboon. See ya soon raccoon. Time to go buffalo. Take care teddy bear. Can’t stay blue jay. What's the story morning glory? What's the tale nightingale? Tood-a-loo kangaroo. Out the door dinosaur. hasta manana piranha Say goodbye pumpkin pie. Hang loose mongoose. Bye-bye butterfly. Here's a hug ladybug. Mañana iguana. Okey dokey smokey. Bye Bye butterfly. In an hour…

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Creative thinkersNovember 01, 2018

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Websites that make a difference October 30, 2018

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How to deal with particular individuals October 30, 2018

A laconic phrase may be used for efficiency (as in military jargon), for emphasis, for philosophical reasons (especially among thinkers who believe in minimalism, such as Stoics), or to better deflate a pompous individual

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MindfulnessOctober 29, 2018

In a Nut shell breath remember to breath WEDNESDAY, Oct. 17, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Feel yourself being pulled in a million directions and losing track of what's really important? The meditative practice called mindfulness can help you get centered and re-focus on what's meaningful to you. And it doesn't take time that's already in short supply on your busy schedule. You can reap the benefits…

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Making sense of the new worldOctober 28, 2018

Bresaola boudin chicken ham hock kielbasa. Sausage drumstick alcatra brisket pancetta pork jerky landjaeger. While this is going to be a big change for professional insect tasters, it means a lot to you as a consumer as well. We’ll explain how the wheel came to be, how pros use it and what the flavors actually mean. What the updates mean to you The Specialty Insect Association of America (SIAA…

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INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY AND ITS FUTUREDecember 22, 1995

The Unabomber Trial: The Manifesto Editor's Note: This is the text of a 35,000-word manifesto as submitted to The Washington Post and the New York Times by the serial mail bomber called the Unabomber. The manifesto appeared in The Washington Post as an eight-page supplement that was not part of the news sections. This document contains corrections that appeared in the Friday, Sept. 22, 199…

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