What happens in your brain when you taste food | Camilla Arndal Andersen

Translator: Ivana Korom Reviewer: Krystian Aparta So I had this very interesting experience five years ago. You know, me and my husband, we were out grocery shopping, as we do every other day, but this time, we found this fancy, you know, I’m talking fair-trade, I’m talking organic, I’m talking Kenyan, single-origin coffee that we splurged and got. And that…

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Building a Computer Like Your Brain

The human brain is the most powerful supercomputer in the world. All right, let’s see this electrical headquarters of yours in operation. It helps us navigate our environment by carrying out about one thousand trillion logical operations per second. It’s compact, uses less power than a lightbulb and has potentially endless storage. The human brain is really one of the…

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The brain may be able to repair itself — with help | Jocelyne Bloch

So I’m a neurosurgeon. And like most of my colleagues, I have to deal, every day, with human tragedies. I realize how your life can change from one second to the other after a major stroke or after a car accident. And what is very frustrating for us neurosurgeons is to realize that unlike other organs of the body, the…

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The brain vs. the mind: Has Freud slipped? — with Peter Kramer (1995) | THINK TANK

Ben Wattenberg: Hello, I’m Ben Wattenberg. Was Sigmund Freud right? Is most mental illness rooted in childhood trauma, often sexual trauma? That Freudian view has shaped much of the modern world. Now a new school of scientists say many disorders of the mind are really physical diseases of the brain and can often be treated with new drugs. Joining us…

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Why the Bullet Journal is the Best Planner for ADHD Brains

Hello Brains! It’s that time of year… back to school! Or as I like to call it, ADHD New Years. This year, it’s all going to be different. The past is behind us, we get a fresh start. I’m going to be SO organized this year! [Explosion] [Intro Music] I’m not in school anymore, but I still get this feeling…

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Early Intervention for Psychosis: Building a Mental Health Community | Rachel Waford | TEDxDecatur

Translator: Daniel Enger Reviewer: Tanya Cushman So as psychologists and counselors, we spend quite a lot of time and energy trying to create spaces that are open and accepting and safe. Now, that doesn’t keep people from feeling really apprehensive to visit our spaces to share examples of challenge and distress. This is especially true for individuals experiencing psychotic illnesses…

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Rooster Teeth Animated Adventures – Gavin’s Has Brain Problems

Gavin: I had that once, and I’ve never had a migraine. I thought, I was having a brain hemorrhage and was about to die, because, I was just typing, and in the middle of a sentence, I forgot how to read, and write. and I was just like, [farting noise] And I was trying to read what I’d just written,…

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David Lynch on Consciousness, Creativity and the Brain (Transcendental Meditation)

thank you very much it’s good to be here in Boston and thank you very much for coming here tonight hi yup I teach film I make films I am I would like to know am NOT a meditator what does meditation can you say anything about how meditation might connects to your creative process or to the might help…

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