Below is the statements about this. It is terrific that this is there priority and doing it from a medical and molecular,”bottom-up”, approach. This wil hopefully stop the bad “science” from the social sciences and economics – which are based inhuman exceptionalism and deny the medical and physiological facts. “Define the Mechanisms of Complex Behaviors […]
Many human activities require a near-instant decision about how to react to a visual cue. Although traditional models emphasized a serial progression from perception to decision and only subsequently to action, this idea has been regularly challenged within the human behavioral literature. Furthermore, neuroscientific investigations have revealed that time-varying neural activity in the primary motor […]
The past two decades have witnessed a fundamental transformation in our understanding and conceptualization of psychopathology. Cultural, clinical, and scientific perspectives increasingly converge on a view of psychiatric disorders as dysfunction within specific components of the CNS, rather than ‘‘functional’’ disorders unrelated to neurobiological substrates.
This silly idea is wrong in so many ways it is hard to know where to start to demolish it. But, then, like ideas about “gods”, miracles, life after death , “new and improved”, “Santa Claus is coming,” and the tooth fairy – why waste the time!? Truthfully for people interested in facts, truth and […]
….because they ignore and violate basic biology, animal ethology and medical physiology findings…and are based in human exceptionalism More to come…
This is so stoopid – but easiest to sell. “The idea that cognitive processes can be divided into two basic categories— “intuition” and “reason”—is an ancient one. Today, cognitive scientists widely embrace this “dual-process theory” of brain functions, distinguishing quick and associative cognitive processes from slower, more reflective ones.” Source: Yale Law Journal – http://www.yalelawjournal.org/pdf/915_worf71kp.pdf