cognitive neuroscientist


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a cognitive scientist who studies the neurophysiological foundations of mental phenomena

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But "exploration doesn't have to mean doing ecstasy all day," says Beatriz Luna, a developmental cognitive neuroscientist at the University of Pittsburgh.
From using puzzles to retain better cognitive abilities affecting decision-making and judgment processes to understanding the right exercises for promoting this function, cognitive neuroscientist Dr.
It's very tempting, but I think long-term it's a bad idea," said Martha Farah, a cognitive neuroscientist at the University of Pennsylvania.
He is a cognitive neuroscientist at Harvard Medical School who worked on the study.
Cognitive neuroscientist Dr Sarah Blakemore, from University College London, said even older people should be encouraged to try something new.
Mark Jung-Beeman, a cognitive neuroscientist at Northwestern University, showed that distinct brain areas contribute when people solve problems with insight, that is, when solutions are accompanied by "Aha" moments.
Research was carried out at Muncaster Castle, in Cumbria, reputedly one of Britain's most haunted castles, by Dr Jason Braithwaite, a cognitive neuroscientist from the Behavioural Brain Sciences Centre at Birmingham University, and Maurice Townsend, from the Association for the Scientific Study of Anomalous Phenomena.
Last spring, researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in collaboration with Stansilas Dehaene, a well-known French cognitive neuroscientist, used brain imaging techniques to determine how the brain processes various mathematical problems.
a cognitive neuroscientist associated with the pioneering program in learning disabilities at Northwestern University, makes the important point that none of the biological methods yields data interpretable without a model of cognition and language based on paradigms in which individuals process incoming information from the environment.
22), says cognitive neuroscientist Aniruddh Patel of Tufts University in Medford, Mass.
Caroline Leaf, a cognitive neuroscientist who speaks on diverse topics relating to optimal thinking; Melinda Emerson, an expert on small businesses and startups and whose column is syndicated by Huffington Post; Hajj Flemings, a brand strategist who inspires people and brands to build, launch and grow their ideas.
Such is the research finding of Katerina Fotopoulou, formidablytitled Cognitive Neuroscientist at University College, London, and who am I to argue with her?
For the study, cognitive neuroscientist Merle Fairhurst of the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences in Leipzig, Germany, and colleagues had infants sit in their parents' laps while the experimenter stroked the back of the infant's arm with a paintbrush.
Petr Janata, a cognitive neuroscientist in the Center for Mind and Brain at the University of California, Davis, and member of Coro Health's Medical Advisory Board.
Dickerson is a behavioral neurologist and cognitive neuroscientist and uses neuroimaging to study brain anatomy, function, and molecular composition in aging and neurodegenerative diseases.
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