The Brain’s Pulse: An Automated Survey of Neuroscience Community Content (9/5/15)

This is the output of an interesting “helper-bot” designed to gather content from various content platforms relating to neuroscience and post them here. Enjoy!

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7-tesla MRI imaging is taking neuropsychiatric research into new territory

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Neuroscientists are decoding our brains

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Keep your head when everyone else is losing theirs. Don’t succumb to secondhand stress

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Managed a couple of hours in my studio today – 1st for 8 days & worked on my painting.

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Are you choosing or excuses? We’re about to begin today’s event join us!

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Is “food addiction” hard-wired in the brain?

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Achieving lasting change using and

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What if: your mind can be read? Take our poll

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Four Types of Sleep Schedules — more than just owls and early birds! via

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Really nice article about Greg Dunn and his awesome .

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Is ready to cause a revolution in cell biology?

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How gratitude actually changes our brain!

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This weekend\’s reads is entirely dedicated to and his prolific work. He will be missed.

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Switching Thinking About Cognitive Flexibility

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Maintaining the Balance

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Scientists see motor neurons ‘walking’ in real time via

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The hunger games.How hormones feed our need (or not) to eat.Excellent: by

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\’What Does Know About ?\’ via

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Pareidolia why we ‘see’ what isn’t there. inspires discovery!

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Melbourne school uses to boost grades and improve wellbeing of students

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The above content is not necessarily represent the opinion of the administrator of this site. If you have reason to request the removal of any of the above content please contact this page’s administrator at: clayton dot bingham at gmail dot com.

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Clayton S. Bingham is a Biomedical Engineer working at the Center for Neural Engineering at University of Southern California. Under the direction of Drs. Theodore Berger and Dong Song, Clayton builds large-scale computational models of neurological systems. Currently, the emphasis is on the modeling of Hippocampal tissue in response to electrical stimulation with the goal of optimizing the placement of stimulating electrodes in regions of the brain that are dysfunctional. These therapies can be used for a broad range of pathologies including Alzheimer’s, various motor disorders, depression, and Epilepsy.

If you have any interest in writing here or would like to hear more about the work done by Clayton in the USC Center for Neural Engineering he can be reached at: clayton dot bingham at gmail dot com.

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