The quest into the unknown land of ‘misophonia’ continues. It is not included in any diagnostic manuals, it is not widely acknowledged by the medical community. Yet… Read more “(44) Research on BRAIN (extended): Misophonia”
And here is Laurien back again with a crash intro on what is happening in our brain when we hear something! Did you hear that? 😉 A… Read more “(41) Research on brain: hearing.”
Research on BRAIN month continues with the another indispensable gift that human brain offers us, amongst other skills – and that is READING. The Experienced Researcher at the 4th… Read more “(40) Research on Brain: reading.”
We all have the impression that the brain is vast, and that vastness allows us to perform a long list of human functions. One of the unique functions that humans have is by far the ability to communicate. Human communication is direct and self-motivated. We do not only express ourselves to others, but we do it with the intention to change the behavior and knowledge of others.