July 23, 2014

  Interesting. Here are some applications and examples of videos you can create specifically for the male and female brain. For background, read this post: Male and Female Brains Really Are Built Differently     Neuromarketing: How To Use Science To Beat Your Competitors Source: Neuromarketing: How To Use Science To Beat Your Competitors http://www.reelseo.com/neuromarketing-video/#ixzz2n6hWaRSJ ©ReelSEO.com, All [...]

More Daydreaming, More Creativity

Quote: Packing “every spare hour or moment with tasks” as Rivero puts it, is something I more or less constantly feel pressured to do. But, as she points out, at what cost? Stress and overwork and other challenges are among the consequences for me, and probably many writers.   http://blogs.psychcentral.com/creative-mind/2012/03/more-daydreaming-more-creativity/

Toronto psychologist studies how the brain responds to beauty

“Dr. Vartanian is at the forefront of the burgeoning field of neuroaesthetics, which seeks to apply the rigour of neuroscience to understanding artistic disciplines such as visual arts, dance, music, architecture and design – and to learn more about how the brain processes beauty. Over the past decade, researchers have shed light both on what [...]

Left Brain, Right Brain – Creativity And Innovation

“Having two “brains” with different functions is valid neuroscience. But how true is the idea of the right hemisphere being the ‘creative’ one?” “As popular and appealing as that concept is, it can also be a misleading oversimplification.”     http://blogs.psychcentral.com/creative-mind/2012/02/left-brain-right-brain-creativity-and-innovation/

Smelling a sound? Hearing a sight? The co-mingling of senses is not rare

“When you hear words containing the letter P, is the taste more like coffee or peaches? When you think about the month of November, do you see bright red or a deeper shade of blue? And what sort of personality traits do you experience for different numbers? Is the No. 3 a jerk for you, [...]

Grey matter really does matter to women

“Almost 70% of new Alzheimer’s patients will be women. Many women complain of brain performance fluctuations during pregnancy and menopause. And women are twice as likely to suffer from depression as men.”   http://7thspace.com/headlines/407111/grey_matter_really_does_matter_to_women.html

The Joy of Your Brain… and the Dark Side of Laughter

  From the article: It’s all about emotion, and especially joy, that great reward in the brain, which, once experienced, we then naturally seek to achieve again … and which can help “make life worth living.” As a result of their discovery that tickling rats makes them laugh, brain scientist Jaak Panksepp and his colleagues [...]

Scientists Search for Source of Creativity

“USC researchers are working to pin down the exact source of creativity in the brain and have found that the left hemisphere of your brain, thought to be the logic and math portion, actually plays a critical role in creative thinking.”   http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/03/120305132438.htm