Neuroscience

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Beosp in Forensic Science

BEOSP i.e. brain electrical oscillation signature profiling is a method or technique by which investigator find out criminal by draw out or evoke the suspect electrophysiological impulses. It is also known as brain fingerprinting as the technique interrogate brain impulses. PRINCIPLE Every day, human brain receives millions of signals of information in different sensation whether […]

Pages: 2 Words: 730 Topics: Crime, Criminology, Forensic Science, Knowledge

Health Promotion of Heart

Preventative measures in heart health can provide communities with a wide-range of benefits. Providing education can be a challenge for nurses and students alike. There can be limited communication skills obtained, lack of empathy, cultural aspects, and lack of confidence. The project focus was to engage fourth-semester nursing students in an associate degree program with […]

Pages: 1 Words: 389 Topics: Heart Attack, Smoking
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All about Human Brain (structure)

Brain and Learning A human brain plays a big role in the learning process (Roland & Seitz, 1989). During the learning process, human brain acquires information using various senses of an individual before the information obtained is sent to the short-term memory by the synapses. After the information has been processed in the working memory, […]

Pages: 3 Words: 1024 Topics: Anatomy, Human Brain, Learning

How Human Brain Cells Affect Behavior?

Humans vary in all sorts of behavior. Many do or say strange things that others would see as “unnatural” while those others perform a variety of different behaviors to handle certain situations or to cope with them. When people step outside of the line perceived as “natural behavior”, they are questioned and examined for a […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1721 Topics: Behavior, Human Brain

Dance and Music Therapy

Music and Dance are not only very important art forms but also deeply rooted in the Indian culture. However in the recent years, music and dance have also been used to treat various psychological and physiological illnesses. Dance and music therapy have been formally established in the twentieth century. Before this, there have been anecdotal […]

Pages: 2 Words: 668 Topics: Disease, Mental Health, Music Therapy

Music Therapy – Beneficial Method for Palliative Patient Care

Music Therapy can be a beneficial method for palliative patient care. Palliative care is specialized for people who are dealing with a life-threatening illness or disease. This type of care focuses on relieving the symptoms and stresses caused by the diagnosis. Music Therapy is a type of modality in which, the improvement of the quality […]

Pages: 3 Words: 1005 Topics: Emotions, Health Care, Music Therapy

The Brain – an Amazing and Complex Organ

The brain is an amazing and complex organ. It consists of a network of nerve cells (or neurons) that produce thought, memory, action, and feeling. This complex system changes and develops from childhood into adulthood to late life. The changes and development occur to maintain optimal behavioral responses. The brain grows and develops faster than […]

Pages: 2 Words: 459 Topics: brain, cell, microbiology, nervous system, neuroscience

Three Famous Brain Lesion Patients in History

There are three famous brain lesion patients in history Phineas Gage, Tan, and HM. These lesions were important case studies to scientist so they can understand more about the brain. In the 1800’s Phineas Gage was a railroad construction foreman who one day on his job used a tamping iron, to pack explosive powder into […]

Pages: 2 Words: 523 Topics: Anatomy, brain, Disease, medicine, neuroscience

Brain Development: Harlow’s Experiment with Rhesus Monkeys

Brain development begins with genes and other biological factors but hundreds of epigenetic factors affect brain development. Brain plasticity and growth depend on genes and maturation but even more so on experience (Siles & Jernigan, 2010) In Harlow’s experiment with Rhesus Monkeys, it demonstrated the nature of “affection”. His results attest to the importance of […]

Pages: 2 Words: 606 Topics: brain, Development, economic system, experiment, neuroscience

Brain Pruning and Pain – Response Systems

There are many things which the human brain is capable of. These include brain pruning and pain-response systems. These systems have a large impact on behavior, but despite their similar purposes, they have varying functions. Pain-response systems cause our responses to pain, whether it is physical or emotional. The passage “Embarrassed? Blame Your Brain” by […]

Pages: 2 Words: 517 Topics: brain, emotion, neuroscience, pain, reality

Starting Years of the Brain Initiative

The BRAIN initiative objective is to unlock the mystery of the brain. An aspect of cracking this mystery is to map out the intricate neuronal signaling pathways happening between neurotransmitter for various activities. Building onto pre-existing methods and technologies, creating a map of the human brain continued to expand. A technology built on to provide […]

Pages: 2 Words: 526 Topics: brain, cell, mystery, neuroscience, scientific method

Episodic Memory

One day while I was visiting my friends Joan and John’s shared apartment, I witnessed the couple become involved in a dispute; a very trivial one at that. Joan boldly proclaimed that women have a better episodic memory than men. John obviously disagreed, firing back that men are the ones with the better memory. The […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1083 Topics: Competition, Gender Equality, human nature, memory, neuroscience

Autobiographical and False Memory

Autobiographical memory contains data about yourself, and about your own encounters. Feelings, the certainties that portray you and make you one of a kind, the realities of your reality, and the encounters you had. Which are altogether controlled in particular areas, and prepared in an unexpected way. Also, the autobiographical memory contains three separate yet […]

Pages: 2 Words: 576 Topics: Autobiography, human nature, memories, memory, neuroscience

Sleep Affect our Memory

Many researchers have speculated that lack of sleep affects our brain, specifically our memorization abilities. Sleeping is a key component for our bodies to function properly and our brain to process all the information we took in during the day. Disrupting our sleeping cycle may not cause any visible immediate affects but can cause lasting […]

Pages: 2 Words: 613 Topics: brain, human body, importance of sleep, memory, neuroscience

About Jean Piaget (essay)

Introduction Before taking this class I didn’t know much of anything about Jean Piaget. Now that the semester is coming to an end, I can honestly say I’ve become quite the expert on him. In this paper I will be going into detail on the history and famous works of Piaget. As well as discussing […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1459 Topics: Child Development, Childhood Memory, jean piaget, neuroscience, problem solving

Article ‘Culture and Cognitive Development’

Culture may have a big effect in children’s cognitive milestones. In the article, Culture and Cognitive Development, it states that “the culture context is not just a facilitator or motivator for cognitive development, but rather a unique “ontogenetic niche” that actually structures human cognition in the fundamentals ways.” Children learn words in situations that they […]

Pages: 2 Words: 521 Topics: cognitive development, human nature, neuroscience, social psychology, theory of mind