Flowers are beautiful and fragrant. Just seeing and/or smelling them has a powerful effect on your brain. This effect is magnified when you view them in…
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A short story-- Chapter One
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An Interview with Denise Wakeman and Dr. Ellen Britt
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Part IV- Trusting the science can bust your bank account:
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Neuroscientific researchers are currently investigating how and why the brain translates a structured sequence of sounds, such as music, into an…
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If you’re anything like me, you probably believe that folding your book’s pages into dog-ears isn’t much better than literature abuse. That’s why I keep…
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I’m sure that you’ve noticed, on various occasions, that time flies by too quickly. Like when it’s a sunny day and your kid steps up to the plate at the…
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Part III- Delayed gratification can catch up and bite you in the butt:
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Music may be used as a treatment for people with autism spectrum disorder. It may activate the neural (brain) circuitry that governs emotional response…
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Your scapegoat may be the insular cortex or prefrontal lobe
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In two studies performed in 2014 and 2015, researchers studied the effects of both yoga and meditation. The scientists enrolled 47 participants: 16 yoga…
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All storms pass, if we learn to let them go And find a lighthouse to guide us back homeThanks for reading From Brain to Mind! Subscribe for free to…
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