Brain imaging spots our abstract choices before we do — When it comes to making decisions, it seems that the conscious mind is the last to know — by Caroline Williams — April 10, 2013 When it comes to making decisions, it seems that the conscious mind is the last to know.….electrical activity in the […]
First hominid’s rewired brain A computer-generated cast of the inner surface of a 7-million-year-old cranium, which bears impressions once made by brain features, suggests that hominid evolution kicked off with big neural changes. The skull, unearthed in Africa in 2001, belongs to Sahelanthropus tchadensis, a species controversially proposed as the earliest known member of the […]
Trauma, especially in childhood is permanent brain damage. Treatment is improving – cures? Not yet.
An important key to successful treatment of people with anxiety — including social anxiety — is overcoming freezing and other forms of passive coping.
This is the model we are buying based on our research. No room, or need from pretty much all of our subjective experiences and current models of consciousness, choice, value, executive function, self/personality, etc.