Zombies those things that are human ish seem mindless and generally desire to feel one basic instinct needs to eat they may be a metaphor for many a cultural ills class warfare racism global warming etc while they don’t exist in reality yet we’re getting a bit more creative so… Continue Reading The Neuroscience of Zombies

Emotional intelligence refers to how well we handle ourselves and our relationships, the 4 domains. Self-awareness, knowing what we’re feeling, why we’re feeling it, which is a basis of, for example, good intuition, good decision-making. Also, it’s a moral compass. Say, in part, is self-management, which means handling your distressing… Continue Reading Daniel Goleman Introduces Emotional Intelligence | Big Think

The indirect pathway is a circuit in the basal ganglia hypothesized to play a role in the inhibition of movement. If you’re not already familiar with the direct pathway of the basal ganglia, you might want to watch my video on the direct pathway before you watch this video. The… Continue Reading 2-Minute Neuroscience: Indirect Pathway of the Basal Ganglia

(rhythmic music) – [Narrator] Helmets are supposed to protect our heads against injury, right? (thumping) But how well do most helmets do that? – Obviously, this particular one is for NFL. – [Narrator] Most helmets don’t really do a good enough job, says Professor Bob Knight, who has spent his… Continue Reading Building a better helmet: “Brainguard”

MIT engineers have developed a thread-like robot that can actively glide through narrow, winding pathways, such as the vasculature of the brain. This magnetically-controlled device is a hydrogel-coated robotic thread or guide wire that could be used to deliver clot-reducing therapies and other treatments in response to certain brain blockages,… Continue Reading Robo-thread

MS is considered a disorder of the immune system which affects a certain organ which is called the central nervous system defined as the brain the spinal cord and the optic nerves. MS symptoms can be general in nature like fatigue or cognitive issues or word finding problems focal symptoms… Continue Reading Multiple Sclerosis – Penn State Neuroscience Institute

– A neurosurgeon is a doctor that deals with problems of the brain, the spine, and the nerves. And a neurosurgeon, unlike a neurologist, can operate on the brain, the nerves, and the spine. And so a neurosurgeon usually addresses problems that can be resolved by surgery.

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia in the world. Nearly 50 million people worldwide have it, and every 66 seconds someone in the United States is diagnosed with it. It’s been called the epidemic of our century, but even after decades of research, finding a way to… Continue Reading What Does Alzheimer’s Do to the Human Brain?