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Cogprints An electronic archive for self-archive papers in any area pertinent to the study of cognition. PubMed...
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How do orgasms work? I know how humans can get them, but: 1) How would one describe what what is? 2)...
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http://www.nobel.se/medicine/laureates/2003/index.html "for their discoveries concerning magnetic resonance...
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Hi everybody, I'm about to apply for a program in molecular medicine and need to freshen up my Physics for the...
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Adrian
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I just had a lovely idea. Perhaps they could take edible plants, such as tea bushes, and genetically engineer them to...
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mee
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4 October 2004 Richard Axel und Linda B. Buck will receive this year's Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine.
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Headach nedds what medicine ? What med to drink to forget something ?
Jan27-05 03:16 AM
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Hello all What is Glycate (not sure if its spelled correcty) One of my family members asked what this was as she...
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courtrigrad
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My apologies for the length of this essay, it runs approximately 4000 words. Because of this, it will require two...
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Scientific Method
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http://domino.research.ibm.com/comm/pr.nsf/pages/rsc.bluegene_cognitive.html see also...
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What is Tourette Syndrome? * "Tourette Syndrome: * Gilles de la Tourette syndrome (Tourette Syndrome or TS) is...
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hypatia
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When neurotransmitters are released into the synaptic gap, do they bind with receptors only once and then disengage...
Jul15-05 12:55 AM
Math Is Hard
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In brief - Antisocial Personality Disorder (impulsive, aggressive, manipulative) Avoidant Personality...
Jul18-05 02:04 AM
hitssquad
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Brain is a massively parallel device,there is no central processor, no chief executive that oversees all cortical...
Jul19-05 11:46 PM
somasimple
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It occured to me the other day that if someone draws a somewhat abstract picture of an object or animal (like a...
Jul20-05 04:18 PM
zoobyshoe
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I've always wondered whether people are naturally faster than others when it comes to thinking. For instance, in the...
Jul21-05 10:47 PM
zoobyshoe
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http://www.wired.com/news/medtech/0,1286,67793,00.html
Jul21-05 11:01 PM
zoobyshoe
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This obviously need to be revised to make it more congruent and readable, but I would like to know what people think...
Jul24-05 07:06 AM
Canute
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okay I've read that women are more emotional than guys because of their biological/reproductive/hormone systems or...
Jul27-05 12:04 PM
Mariko
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I don't understand how specific areas of the brain can contain gray or white matter. The definition of gray matter is...
Jul29-05 07:32 AM
DocToxyn
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What is the Latest age at which one can acquire this ability? Are there people who can learn languages easily at...
Jul29-05 01:51 PM
hypatia
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Is it possible to prevent it? I heard that learning another language, solving puzzles and stuff like that could...
Aug3-05 12:45 PM
Lisa!
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Sometimes I can swear that our pet cat is dreaming in her sleep: her jaw kind of sags, her breathing becomes...
Aug12-05 05:17 PM
gerben
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I need to prepare for a very important exam in 6 months and I'd like to start training sometime in October. If I...
Aug14-05 11:59 AM
cronxeh
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is what is red to me red to u, or is it what i'd see as blue? :confused: is when i hear "A" do you hear "A" or do u...
Aug16-05 02:04 PM
Doctordick
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Hello, I'm an engineering major so this could sound like a REALLLY dumb question for you guys and girls but I'm just...
Aug23-05 12:41 AM
Renge Ishyo
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Can anyone explain the difference between latent inhibition and negative priming - in the context of psychology and...
Aug23-05 11:49 PM
hitssquad
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I was wondering something. If you are distracted (with music or tlaking to someone or something like that) while you...
Aug24-05 03:29 PM
Mr. dude
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"An human being is concerned because he or she has learned over the process of time-or is naturally, instinctively,...
Sep5-05 12:08 PM
zoobyshoe
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Hello! What I'd like to ask is, whether there is a mathematical theory of consciousness in development or any...
Sep8-05 12:12 AM
gazzo
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The study of mind and brain in the sciences is heavily interdisciplinary, and accordingly many disciplines and...
Sep11-05 03:49 AM
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http://www.julianjaynes.org/pdf/jaynes_mind.pdf
Sep12-05 01:24 PM
Bystander
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Breaking news; see this NY Times story. Two separate genes for brain size have been shown to have developed rapidly in...
Sep12-05 03:45 PM
marcus
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The 15 July 2005 issue of Science has an interesting article regarding something called anosognosia. It seems...
Sep13-05 12:06 AM
somasimple
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This thread is not going to be about anything new, so please try not to post "new theories" but this thread is going...
Sep13-05 03:24 AM
TenaliRaman
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My friend was saying that *it is only physically possiable for the average human to use 10% of their brain at once....
Sep13-05 11:39 PM
somasimple
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Could you make two brains- for example, a mouse's- compatible with each other, via genetic engineering or something? ...
Sep17-05 08:50 AM
Moonbear
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Has anyone heard of the IBB? I think I might participate in it seriously, and if so, I'm going to need some assistance...
Sep17-05 09:07 AM
Moonbear
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Their view seems to me 'computational.' They are associating thinking with computation and think if you just get...
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Genecks
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Hi, i'm new to PF. So here goes... If i get a new game, i usually play if a lot (since it's new and all). I...
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Ramster5678
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what evidence do we have that everything in our memory is stored? and what evidence do we have against it?
Sep19-05 11:24 AM
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