2005/06 EurekAlert Study shows how sleep improves memory
2005/06 EurekAlert Mental processing is continuous, not like a computer
2005/06 New Scientist Why your brain has a ‘Jennifer Aniston cell’
2005/06 Nature Neuroscience: Friends and grandmothers
2005/06 news@nature.com Jennifer Aniston strikes a nerveハ
Single brain cells show selective response to specific celebrity photos.
2005/06 Nature Consciousness: Crick and the claustrum
「仕方ない」でも脳は次善の策、別部位で思考 サル実験 _
2005/06 【日本語記事】 asahi.com
2005/06 EurekAlert New memory aid helps dementia sufferers remember as time goes by
 a simple touch-screen with easy-to-follow instructions that require no IT competence.
2005/06 EurekAlert Drinking for just eight weeks impairs learning and memory in mice
2005/06 EurekAlert When believing becomes seeing, or how the brain learns to fill in the blanks
 It seems when learning to see things that are there, we also learn to see things that aren't.
 外界との遮断  ふつうは「ひとつのイメージ」に集中しきることは難しい
2005/06 BBC News Meditation 'brain training' clues
2005/06 EurekAlert Shrinking brains but healthy memory - does brain matter matter?
2005/06 EurekAlert Where life's memories are stored
瞑想と意識の焦点 チベット僧がご協力
2005/06 EurekAlert Meditation skills of Buddhist monks yield clues to brain's regulation of attention
2005/06 EurekAlert Tibetan monks yield clues to brain's regulation of attention


2005/05 Science & Theology News The science of free will
Research in different branches of science contributes to the ongoing dialogue of free will.
ラマチャンドランが語る「メタファーを理解する脳部位」角回 angular gyrus(ブロ-ドマンの 39野)
2005/05 EurekAlert Grasping metaphors: UC San Diego research ties brain area to figures of speech
 the angular gyrus is probably at least partly responsible for the human ability to understand metaphor.
2005/05 Scientific American Brain Region Linked to Metaphor Comprehension
※幽体離脱体験を人工的に発生させました  てんかんの治療中、脳の右角回への電気刺激で
 2002/09 BBC News Doctors create out-of-body sensations
2005/05 EurekAlert Boston University psychologists find neurological mechanism for subliminal learning
2005/05 EurekAlert Researchers find where brain learns to make decisions
2005/05 EurekAlert Nature as important as nurture in developing ability for flexible self-control
2005/05 Medical News Today Older adults more likely to remember wrong as right if given misleading cues
まだそんなこと信じてるの!?  見聞きしてしまったウソ情報、なかなか記憶の中で訂正されません
2005/05 EurekAlert Misinformation: Seeing is believing
 once you've seen a news report, you may go on believing it, even if later information shows it to have been false.
2005/05 EurekAlert Too stressed to think?
 increased stress hormones lead to memory impairment in the elderly and learning difficulties in young adults.
記憶増強剤 CX717
2005/05 BBC News 'Memory pill' for the forgetful
2005/05 ▲日本語記事 読売
2005/05 EurekAlert Parental conflict can affect school performance
 Quality of relations between parents impacts on children's emotional, behavioural and academic development
2005/05 EurekAlert Several years in small classes in elementary school yields big rewards at graduation time
2005/05 BBC News Fireman's recovery stuns doctors
2005/05 BBC News Oil pills boost pupil brain power


2005/04 Trends in Neurosciences Volume 28, Issue 4, Pages 171-172
 doi:10.1016/j.tins.2005.01.009  Stress in early life inhibits neurogenesis in adulthood
覚えはないが、私の作品 事故で記憶を失ったアーティスト
2005/04 BBC News 'I can't remember creating my art'
 William Fairbank, who suffered a brain injury in a serious car accident, has no memory of making them.
2005/04 BBC News Brain scan 'sees hidden thoughts'
2005/04 【日本語記事】 ヤフージャパン(時事通信)
2005/04 New Scientist Mind-reading machine knows what you see
2005/04 EurekAlert Chemical present in clear plastics can impair learning and cause disease
2005/04 EurekAlert Research questions belief that private schools are better than publics
2005/04 EurekAlert Structure-building cell signals also may influence learning, memory
 Ephrins may influence learning
2005/04 EurekAlert New findings support a central role for NMDA receptors in learning and memory
2005/04 EurekAlert Carnegie Mellon and U. of Pittsburgh create tool to understand neuron rhythms, learning
2005/04 BBC NEWS | Health | Why 'watch and learn' does work
亜鉛のサプリで成績アップ!  過不足に関わらず亜鉛の補充が効きました
2005/04 EurekAlert Zinc supplementation improved mental performance of 7th-grade boys and girls
2005/04 EurekAlert People can learn motor skills by watching


 エドワード・M・ハロウェル、注意力欠如特質(Attention Deficit Trait:ADT)について語る
2005/03 ▲日本語記事 CNET Japan
ゲームの中でも心ここにあらずして 肉体の位置と自己の位置は別物です
2005/03 EurekAlert Do you know where you are? Body and self not the same
 自己開発、自分の健康… 学習で内面的なゴールに到達できるとみなせば燃える
2005/03 EurekAlert The best way to get teens to learn
2005/03 EurekAlert Boston University team finds link between high cholesterol and better cognitive performance
2005/03 PsychNotes Cholesterol and Cognition
脳力操作薬物 それが幸せをもたらしてくれるという妄想
2005/03 New York Times The Difference Between Steroids and Ritalin Is . . .
2005/03 EurekAlert Brain imaging suggests how higher education helps to buffer older adults from cognitive decline
三つ子の経験、百までも  人生初期の経験が、永く脳構造に影響を与える
2005/03 Princeton University Studies relate life experiences to brain structure
宿題は手伝いましょう  うまく導けば成績も学習意欲も親子関係もグレードアップ
2005/03 EurekAlert Staying positive when helping a child with homework stimulates motivation
2005/03 ▲日本語記事 UK Today (JAPAN JOURNALS LTD.)
2005/03 EurekAlert Emotional memory study reveals evidence for a self-reinforcing loop
並行処理の脳力限度  3つのながらはまあなんとか 4つは困難、5つはかなり不可能げ
2005/03 EurekAlert How much can your mind keep track of?
2005/03 EurekAlert Molecule important in cell construction also critical in learning and memory


朝食べる子、勉強もできる 学力と生活習慣関連裏付け
2005/02 ▲日本語記事 ヤフージャパン(共同通信)
2005/02 BBC News Size 'does not matter' for brains
 When it comes to brain size and intelligence, bigger is not necessarily better, say scientists.
2005/02 EurekAlert Were bigger brains really smarter?
2005/02 EurekAlert 'I had them a moment ago, now where are my glasses?'
 mathematical model of how short-term memory circuits in the brain are likely to store, process, and make rapid decisions about the information the brain receives from the world.
女の感情記憶 男のエピソード記憶
2005/02 『セクシー心理学!』 第236色
2005/02 doi:10.1016/j.intell.2004.11.005 Big-brained people are smarter: A meta-analysis of the relationship between in vivo brain volume and intelligence
目撃証言 信憑性の限界
2005/02 EurekAlert Murder, eyewitness identification and the limits of human vision
2005/02 EurekAlert Sending mixed messages improves math instruction
 explain how to solve a problem in one way, and also provide an alternative approach through gesture.
ウソツキを顔で識別 ポール・エクマン
2005/02 ScienCentral Lying Faces
2005/02 New York Times Signs of Awareness Seen in Brain-Injured Patients
2005/02 The Loom Consciousness and the Culture Wars, Part Three
2005/02 EurekAlert School achievement higher for children in nuclear families
2005/02 Yahoo! News (Reuters) Steroid Therapy Impairs Long-Term Memory
いつわりの記憶が生じるとき 脳活動の差を観察
2005/02 EurekAlert How the brain creates false memories


 【podcast 音声】科学なポッドキャスト
【英語】The Nature of Consciousness debate その2 【MP3ファイル】
2004/09(2008/03に再放送)  ABC@オーストラリア All in the Mind
 イギリスの心理学者 スーザン・ブラックモア
 天体物理学者 ポール・デイヴィス
 哲学者 デイビッド・チャーマーズ

 ネット その1: Transcript
 ネット その2: Transcript

長期記憶 記憶遺伝子 記憶の生成機序と神経
2005/01 Scientific American Making Memories Stick
2005/01 Slate Can I Beat a Lie Detector?
2005/01 EurekAlert Brain 'avalanches' may help store memories
 brain cells activate each other in cascades called "neuronal avalanches."
2005/01 EurekAlert Regular computer use for work, but not play, aids student test performance
2005/01 New Scientist Watching brain waves could quantify libido
2005/01 FuturePundit: Israel Scientist Develops Libido-Meter Brain Wave Test
2005/01 EurekAlert Scientists identify brain regions that decide where we look
2005/01 BBC News Scientists 'find key to looking'
2005/01 Pharma-Lexicon International Healthy seniors with 'Alzheimer's gene' find it harder to 'remember to remember'
2005/01 EurekAlert Older people with the 'Alzheimer's gene' find it harder to 'remember to remember' even if healthy
2005/01 EurekAlert Intelligence in men and women is a gray and white matter
 women having more white matter and men more gray matter related to intellectual skill
2005/01 BBC News Pupils road test brain food pills
 to show if taking fish oils boosts brain power.
2005/01 BBC News Intellect linked to suicide risk
2005/01 EurekAlert Intellect linked to risk of suicide in young men
2005/01 New York Times This Is Your Brain on Politics
2005/01 Trends in Cognitive Sciences Volume 8, Issue 11, Pages 508-513  Language and Conceptual Development series
  Thought before language
2005/01 BBC News The future of lying
Aryeh Routtenberg
2005/01 EurekAlert New theory chalenges current view of how brain stores long-term memory
2005/01 University of California Irvine Drug that 'tags' decision-making areas of the brain may aid battle against nicotine addiction, Alzheimer's and other disorders
2005/01 EurekAlert Story writing impacts consumer experience
2005/01 EurekAlert Scents and emotions linked by learning, Brown study shows
2005/01 BBC News Tobacco smoke dulls child brains
 Children exposed to passive smoking are likely to do worse at school than their peers
2005/01 EurekAlert Environmental tobacco smoke linked to reading, math, logic and reasoning declines in children
2005/01 Washington Post Meditation Gives Brain a Charge, Study Finds

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