Archivi tag: neuroscience studies

CREDERE NELLA SCIENZA O NELLA RELIGIONE? QUESTIONE DI “CONFLITTO” CEREBRALE

The conflict between science and religion may have its origins in the structure of our brains, researchers at Case Western Reserve University and Babson College have found. Clashes between the use of faith vs. scientific evidence to explain the world … Continua a leggere

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TRACTOGRAPHY AS A NEW TOOL TO STUDY BRAIN CONNECTIONS

PROFESSOR CATANI’S STUDIES AT KING’S COLLEGE HELP US IN CREATING USEFUL ATLAS OF WHITE MATTER CONNECTIONS IN HUMAN BRAIN. A NEW PERSPECTIVE FOR NEUROSCIENCISTS Atlasing location, asymmetry and inter-subject variability of white matter tracts in the human brain with MR … Continua a leggere

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SKA2 GENE AND VULNERABILITY TO PTSD

Severity of PTSD Could Be Predicted by Specific Gene Neuroscience News September 1, 2015 A gene linked in previous research, appears to predict more severe post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms as well as a thinner cortex in regions of the … Continua a leggere

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PERCEZIONE DEL DOLORE, CIRCUITI NEURONALI E COMPORTAMENTO

Ecco come il dolore influisce sul comportamento Una specifica regione del cervello, chiamata sostanza grigia periacqueduttale, integra i circuiti che ci consentono di confrontare il dolore percepito con quello che ci aspettiamo di provare, e di evitare situazioni in cui … Continua a leggere

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PAIN: CLOSE CONNECTION BETWEEN MIND AND BODY. SIGNIFICANT CORRELATION BETWEEN CHRONIC PAIN AND ATTENTION PAID TO PAIN-RELATED WORDS

Pain words stand out more for those experiencing it: York U study TORONTO, October 3, 2014 – Ache, agony, distress and pain draw more attention than non-pain related words when it comes to people who suffer from chronic pain, a … Continua a leggere

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