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Dangers of “Crying It Out” | Psychology Today
Letting babies “cry it out” is an idea that has been around at least since the behaviorist John Watson applied the mechanistic paradigm of behaviorism to child rearing in 1928, the decade when parents began trusting "science" more than their instincts.
trauma  baby  infant  childhood  development  brain  distress  crying  psychology  effect  ignoring 
3 hours ago by lgtout
Why Human Beings Waste Time - Siddha Performance
is it possible for him to live a life in which he is engaged or inspired or in concentration at every moment during the day?


The answer that an individual gives to this question will determine the path he wishes to walk. Whether it is the path of time wastage, or the path to unending concentration/inspiration/engagement.


I ‘m interested only in matters of the heart. I find the brain to be incredibly overrated.

The truth is this: Possibility and impossibility only arise once the question is Sincerely Explored.


What if the concept of boredom suddenly vanished?

What if tomorrow was going to be a day that you had truly never seen before?

The truth, my friend, is that we live on the outskirts of life. We spend our entire lifetime deliberating whether or not we should enter the mysterious void.

To be resolute in entering or resolute in avoiding it would be far better than a life of ambivalence.

2018-07-16  why  waste  time  siddha  performance  kapil  gupta  heart  brain  boredom  000  inspiration  wow  zombie  meaning  routine  nba  0 
2 days ago by bekishore
Yet More Evidence that Viruses May Cause Alzheimer's Disease
But given the widespread failure of Alzheimer’s treatments that have focused on stopping amyloid-β production, the viral link provides a new, clear direction for future clinical trials: Preventative antimicrobial drugs or vaccines that can stop these germs from ever reaching the brain in the first place. Some recent, if observational research (meaning, not controlled trials) has already suggested that these drugs can lower the risk of dementia.
health  brain  virus 
2 days ago by craniac
Fluids in your 🧠 make your gray matter pulse with every heartbeat. 💓

NEW imaging technique can sho…
brain  medical  from twitter_favs
2 days ago by davidgusmao
To Make Sense of the Present, Brains May Predict the Future
A controversial theory suggests that perception, motor control, memory and other brain functions all depend on comparisons between ongoing actual experiences and the brain’s modeled expectations.

Some neuroscientists favor a predictive coding explanation for how the brain works, in which perception may be thought of as a “controlled hallucination.” This theory emphasizes the brain’s expectations and predictions about reality rather than the direct sensory evidence that the brain receives.
TIL  science  brain 
3 days ago by upning

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