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Researchers Investigate Neurocognitive Mechanisms That Underlie The Recognition Heuristic

Every day we have to make decisions that involve evaluating or choosing between options, often without much information to go on. So how we do it? How do we prevent analysis paralysis? Psychological theory suggests that we often rely on the recognition heuristic, choosing the option that we recognize over the one we do not. […]

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New Electrophysiological Research Investigates Memory Repression And Forgetfulness

The assumption that we human beings can control and intentionally forget unwanted memories has been controversial ever since Freud asserted it at the beginning of the 20th century. Now, psychology researcher Gerd Thomas Waldhauser has shown in neuroimaging studies that Freud was correct in his assumptions: in the same way as we can control our […]

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International Society For Neurofeedback And Research (ISNR) 2011 Annual Conference

The International Society For Neurofeedback And Research (ISNR) will hold its 2011 annual conference in Phoenix, Arizona. ISNR conferences are the premier international meetings for healthcare professionals, students, teachers, and researchers who are interested in psychophysiology, particularly peripheral biofeedback, neurofeedback, and quantitative EEG (QEEG).

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EEG Researchers Investigate Cortical Response To And Memory Of Touch

Neuroscientists of the Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin have now been able for the first time to document deliberate control of touch sensations in human working memory. It has been shown that the human brain can remember several touch sensations at the same time and consciously retrieve the touch if concentration is focused on these touches. […]

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Brain Regions Take Short Naps During Wakefulness Which Can Lead Performance Errors

Have you ever lost your keys or stuck the milk in the cupboard and the cereal in the refrigerator and wondered what happened? Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have a new explanation. They found that some nerve cells in a sleep-deprived yet awake brain can briefly go “off line,” into a sleep-like state, while […]

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