Rapid supply: Injected protein flips a switch in the mind, disappears

Journal Reference: Jason K. Allen, Theresa C. Sutherland, Austin R. Prater, Cédric G. Geoffroy, Jean-Philippe Pellois. In vivo peptide-based delivery of a gene-modifying enzyme into cells of the central nervous system. Science Advances, 2022; 8 (39) DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abo2954 Potential uses for the method in the future could include repairing spinal cord injuries and a range … Read more

Moonage Daydream, a journey into David Bowie’s mind

Moonage Daydream a journey into David Bowies mind

A daydream to relive the incredible life of a rock genius. It is not a classic documentary, the one with which Brett Morgen – already active in the sector with “Kurt Cobain: Montage Of Heck” and “Crossfire Hurricane” (about the Rolling Stones) – chose to remember David Bowie. Rather an immersive … Read more

How does nature nurture the mind?

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Journal Reference: Sonja Sudimac, Vera Sale, Simone Kühn. How nature nurtures: Amygdala activity decreases as the result of a one-hour walk in nature. Molecular Psychiatry, 2022; DOI: 10.1038/s41380-022-01720-6 To achieve causal evidence, the researchers from the Lise Meitner Group for Environmental Neuroscience examined brain activity in regions involved in stress processing in 63 healthy volunteers … Read more

Elisabetta Gregoraci, full nude and sexy photos by the sea: “Summer is a state of mind”

Elisabetta Gregoraci full nude and sexy photos by the sea

The hot summer of Elisabetta Gregoraci is not finished yet. Despite the work commitments and everyday life have already taken the place of tanning in exclusive beaches, for the ex of Flavio Briatore there is still time to enjoy the last remnants of summer and share hot shots with his followers. … Read more

Single dose of alcohol is enough to modify the mind, study finds

Journal Reference: Johannes Knabbe, Jil Protzmann, Niklas Schneider, Michael Berger, Dominik Dannehl, Shoupeng Wei, Christopher Strahle, Michèle Tegtmeier, Astha Jaiswal, Hongwei Zheng, Marcus Krüger, Karl Rohr, Rainer Spanagel, Ainhoa Bilbao, Maren Engelhardt, Henrike Scholz, Sidney B. Cambridge. Single-dose ethanol intoxication causes acute and lasting neuronal changes in the brain. Proceedings of the National Academy of … Read more

The Berenstain Bears, Nicolas Cage and the fascinating mind of Baylor’s Dave Aranda

The Berenstain Bears Nicolas Cage and the fascinating mind of

Last October, in a room underneath McLane Stadium, Baylor football coach Dave Aranda took to the podium after a 31-24 win over Texas. While a win over the Longhorns is always cause for celebration among the green and gold faithful, Aranda didn’t exult. He might not have even cracked a smile. That’s not the Aranda … Read more

Neurofeedback shows promise for addressing ‘chemo mind’

Journal Reference: Stephen Sideroff, David Wellisch, Valerie Yarema. A neurotherapy protocol to remediate cognitive deficits after adjuvant chemotherapy: a pilot study. Journal of Complementary and Integrative Medicine, 2022; 0 (0) DOI: 10.1515/jcim-2021-0537 The study is one of the first to indicate that neurofeedback, or electroencephalogram (EEG) biofeedback, could help address cognitive deficits of cancer patients … Read more

Michel Gondry’s Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind: Academy Award®-Winning Screenplays for Focus Features’ 20th Anniversary

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Michel Gondry’s Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind: Academy Award®-Winning Screenplays for Focus Features’ 20th Anniversary Charlie Kaufman created movie magic in his mind-minding, heartbreaking script about memory and love The heart of Michael Gondry’s Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is Charlie Kaufman’s ingenious screenplay. When Joel Barrish (Jim Carey) learns his girlfriend, Clementine … Read more

Put down gadgets, let your mind wander, study suggests

Journal Reference: Aya Hatano, Cansu Ogulmus, Kou Murayama and Hiroaki Shigemasu. Thinking About Thinking: People Underestimate How Enjoyable and Engaging Just Waiting Is. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2022 DOI: 10.1037/xge0001255 “Humans have a striking ability to immerse themselves in their own thinking,” said study lead author Aya Hatano, PhD, of Kyoto University in Japan. … Read more

‘Quake mind’ effects suffered by resilient Cantabrians fade over time

Journal Reference: Caroline Bell, Will Moot, Richard Porter, Chris Frampton, Virginia Mcintosh, Melissa Purnell, Rebekah Smith, Katie Douglas. Examining the long-term cognitive effects of exposure to the Canterbury earthquakes in a resilient cohort. BJPsych Open, 2022; 8 (4) DOI: 10.1192/bjo.2022.512 Researchers led by Dr Katie Douglas at the University of Otago, Christchurch’s Department of Psychological … Read more

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