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‘The Gate of Consciousness’ Maybe Discovered

What is the 'gate of consciousness?' If you go to a buzzy city square during a workday and stand, your brain will register all the commotion. However, your conscious mind will only register the most important aspects in the surrounding. For instance, if a car is approaching you at high speed or someone is standing too close to you. What
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New Insight on the Link Between Cannabinoids and Learning

A recent study from the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown in Portugal sheds new light on the impact of cannabinoids on learning. About the Research Cannabinoids have a significant effect on our brain and behavior. Most people know this chemical compound because of its recreational use. However, the substance is naturally present in the brain where it plays a role
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The Conduct Science Podcast – Human Evolution

[nectar_btn size="jumbo" button_style="regular" button_color_2="Accent-Color" icon_family="fontawesome" url="#player" text="Listen Now" icon_fontawesome="fa fa-headphones"] The Conduct Science Podcast: Human Evolution 00:00 - Introduction 04:00 - News 06:58 - Factoids 15:20 - What is evolution 23:25 - Human evolution timeline 51:20 - We are STILL evolving 57:17 - What would you choose to evolve? 1:02:00 - Ending and Outro You can listen to The Method
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Neuroimaging Study Reveals the Impact of Childhood Trauma on the Brain

About the Research Trauma influences the mental health of victims. However, scientists and medical experts are not sure how profound this impact is. That is, the scientific community cannot determine how trauma impacts the brain on a physiological level. Even though we can notice changes in behavior and personality. Mental symptoms associated with children and adults that experience trauma are
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The Conduct Science Podcast: Music

[nectar_btn size="jumbo" button_style="regular" button_color_2="Accent-Color" icon_family="fontawesome" url="#player" text="Listen Now" icon_fontawesome="fa fa-headphones"] The Conduct Science Podcast: Music 00:00 - Introduction 01:07 - "Stay alert" lockdown instructions 03:05 - Factoids 07:14 - What music means to us 15:08 - Our music tastes 31:01 - The origin of music 39:15 - Music and the brain 42:27 - Music therapy 47:05 - Where our music
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The Method Section: Brain Size and Intelligence

[nectar_btn size="jumbo" button_style="regular" button_color_2="Accent-Color" icon_family="fontawesome" url="#player" text="Listen Now" icon_fontawesome="fa fa-headphones"] The Method Section: Brain Size and Intelligence 00:00 - Intro 02:42 - A history of brain studies 08:30 - Issues in comparative studies 10:09 - Marine Mammals as a study group 16:45 - Are dolphins really intelligent? 22:32 - Ending outro You can listen to The Method Section by using
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The Method Section: The Climate Emergency

[nectar_btn size="jumbo" button_style="regular" button_color_2="Accent-Color" icon_family="fontawesome" url="#player" text="Listen Now" icon_fontawesome="fa fa-headphones"] The Method Section: The Climate Emergency 00:00 - Intro 03:28 - Time Magazine's person of the year 06:14 - Introduction and current state 11:36 - Things we must change 1850 - Conclusions and takeaways 21:12 - Outro   You can listen to The Method Section by using the player above,
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The Method Section: Vocal Learning

[nectar_btn size="jumbo" button_style="regular" button_color_2="Accent-Color" icon_family="fontawesome" url="#player" text="Listen Now" icon_fontawesome="fa fa-headphones"] The Method Section: Vocal Learning 00:00 – Intro 03:10 – Why you don’t like your own voice 05:23 – A taxonomy of vocal learning 12:33 – Quick Recap 13:33 – Testing for vocal learners 15:24 – Vocal species 18:12 – Brain structure of vocal learners 19:15 – Evidence for vocal
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The Method Section: What if we Only had Half a Brain?

[nectar_btn size="jumbo" button_style="regular" button_color_2="Accent-Color" icon_family="fontawesome" url="#player" text="Listen Now" icon_fontawesome="fa fa-headphones"] The Method Section: What if we Only had Half a Brain? 00:00 – Intro 03:01 – Background 07:34 – Results 14:43 – Discussion 19:30 – Ending and outro   You can listen to The Method Section by using the player above, searching for "The Conduct Science Podcast" on any place
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New Study Shows Aspirin May Reduce Intracranial Aneurysm Growth

New research shows that aspirin intake inhibits the growth of brain aneurysms and by doing so prevents their rupture. The Aneurism In essence, an aneurysm is an irregular bulge or balloon that appears on the blood vessel. They can emerge all through the body for various reasons. An intracranial aneurysm (IA) is the same condition but it appears on the