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Understanding Pain

neuro.RAPT presents a docu.byte on Understanding Pain led by Dr. Daniel J Hurley; Interventional Spine and Pain Specialist. In this episode we cover: 1) How do you measure pain? 2) Pain and...

Science > Neuroscience > Human Neuroscience

Keywords: Dr. Daniel J. Hurley, Dr. Daniel J Hurley, Neurosciences, Physiatry, interventional pain and spine specialist, Brain, Ethics, Medical, Neuroscience, fMRI, Pain, neuro.RAPT, neurorapt, www.chicagospinepain.com

Posted by: LG Taylor

Posted on: 09 Mar 2014

Vision-Space: A still live painting with mirror, mirrored

In previous Vision-Space presentations we have looked at how we can develop strategies depicting the differential between optical record and experiential vis...

Science > Neuroscience > Behavioral Neuroscience

Keywords: Visual art, optics, Perception, vision sciences

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 04 Mar 2014

Frontiers Peer Review - fair, collaborative and transparent

Frontiers is pleased to announce the release of its new, revolutionary Interactive Review Forum with enhanced features and upgraded software to enhance and ease the collaborative dialogue between...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Comparative and Environmental Physiology

Keywords: Peer Review, scholarly publishing, Open Science, Open access, Evaluation, Academic Journals

Posted by: Frontiers

Posted on: 12 Feb 2014

Vision Space: Mechanobiology of brain function

Vision-Space theory suggests the requirement for an independent processing system to be operational within the brain. The suggestion is that the proposed sec...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Systems Ecology

Keywords: mechanobiology, Visual awareness, Phenomenal field, Visual Pathways, differentiation, Synthesis

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 07 Feb 2014

Healing the Brain with Magnets

neuro.RAPT continues its exclusive four part bi-weekly docu-byte series on Severe Traumatic Brain Injury ("TBI") for both our veteran and civilian population. led by Dr. Theresa Pape, a clinical...

Science > Neuroscience > Human Neuroscience

Keywords: Dr. Theresa Pape, northwestern university, Veterans, neuroscience methods, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), magnets and the mind, Brain, Neuroscience, Neurons, Neural Repair, neural plasticity

Posted by: LG Taylor

Posted on: 25 Jan 2014

Healing the Brain with Familiar Stories

Continuing our journey into Severe Traumatic Brain Injury for both our veteran and civilian population, neuro.RAPT presents the third episode in the four-part bi-weekly series led by Dr. Theresa...

Science > Neuroscience > Human Neuroscience

Keywords: Brain, Neuroscience, Veterans, northwestern university, Dr. Theresa Pape, neuro.RAPT

Posted by: LG Taylor

Posted on: 16 Jan 2014

Vision-Space: Retinal Receptor Functions

If, as we attempt to envisage and VS media illustrates, there are two independent raw data potentials, an implicit field potential together with an explicit ...

Science > Mathematics > Applied Mathematics

Keywords: Retina, receptor cells, Synapses, Visual Perception, Visual Perception Modeling

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 09 Jan 2014

Vision-Space: Real-setting, decoherence, visual processing, awareness

Vision-Space points to quantum decoherence taking place within the retina with the suggestion that as each discrete photon materialises, a related phase aspe...

Science > Mathematics > Applied Mathematics

Keywords: Visual art, Visual Perception, Visual Processing, decoherence

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 08 Dec 2013

A Journey into Severe Traumatic Brain Injury

neuro.RAPT presents an exclusive four part bi-weekly docu-byte series on Severe Traumatic Brain Injury for both our veteran and civilian population.led by Dr. Theresa Pape, a clinical neuroscientist...

Science > Neuroscience > Behavioral Neuroscience

Keywords: Severe TBI, severe traumatic brain injuy, Brain Injury, Neuroscience, Neurosciences, Veterans, Veterans Health, concussion, mild TBI, mild traumatic brain injury

Posted by: LG Taylor

Posted on: 02 Dec 2013

Vision-Space: The scientific approach to understanding the nature of reality is incomplete

This updated version improves the section on relative motion - I think?! The 3rd party observer approach to exploration takes the perceiver out of the measur...

Science > Ecology and Evolution

Keywords: Visual Perception, Phenomenology, Phenomenal field, Relative motion, Perceptual strcuture, Inertial frames, relativity, field potentials, Consciousness

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 26 Nov 2013

Vision-Space: Health implications of non-perceptual structured content and screen technology

If Vision-Space establishes the true structure of phenomenal field then by default it also establishes the deficit implicit within all our current forms of i...

Science > Mathematics > Calculus and Analysis

Keywords: ASD, Screen technologies, Phenomenology, Phenomenal field, perceptual structure, Visual Pathways

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 19 Nov 2013

Vision-Space: Face recognition

If the camera is acting as a significant 'filter' between us and an experiential encounter, what do experimental results 'mean' to us when we use photographs...

Science > Neuroscience > Computational Neuroscience

Keywords: face recognition, portraiture

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 19 Nov 2013

Setting out a Vision-Space painting: An up-date

Following on from the initial presentation on the Vision-Space painting process. The painting's development builds on existing propositions and reveals furth...

Science > Mathematics > Applied Mathematics

Keywords: dark matter, Dark Light, retinal processing, Visual Pathways, Visual art, Consciousness, Awareness

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 19 Nov 2013

Manifesting dark light and setting out a Vision-Space painting

Vision-Space requires that we approach the setting out of a scene to be painting in an entirely different way to that of picture space. The visual system app...

Science > Mathematics > Probability

Keywords: Dark Light, dark matter, decoherence, retinal processing, Visual Pathways, mind, Perception, spatial perception, Phenomenal field, Phenomenology

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 19 Nov 2013

Vision-Space: Having the courage of your perceptions - A physical theory

Underpinning Vision-Space is a fundamental physical theory. The suggestion is that we need to adopt this theory and deepen our understanding of the relations...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Systems Ecology

Keywords: mind, Perception, decoherence, retinal processing, retinal membrane, Visual Pathways

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 19 Nov 2013

Illuminate your mind: Neuromodulation at the speed of light

Optogenetics may be the answer to a search for temporal and spatial specificity in neuroscience. The well-known trade-off between temporal and spatial specificity might be resolved with this...

Science > Genetics

Posted by: Lorenza S Colzato

Posted on: 22 Aug 2013

Alzheimer's Disease - Episode 2: Dementia and the Toxins that Destroy Memory and Learning

Episode 2: A Journey into Alzheimer's Disease: (A Five Part Series) Dr. William L. Klein, an Alzheimer's Disease researcher at Northwestern University and winner of a Zenith award from the...

Science > Neuroscience > Cellular Neuroscience

Keywords: Neuroscience, Alzheimer's disease, Dementia, Brain, dr burtness, northwestern university, Alzheimer's Association

Posted by: LG Taylor

Posted on: 20 Aug 2013

Choir Singing Harmonizes Hearts

Our Swedish study, published in Frontiers, shows that when people sing together, their pulse rates synchronize.

Science > Neuroscience > Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience

Keywords: HRV, Music, Interaction, Joint Action

Posted by: Rickard Åström

Posted on: 18 Aug 2013

Gaute Einevoll og Human Brain Project

Gaute Einevoll and the Human Brain Project

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology

Keywords: Human Brain Project, Norway, FET Flagship, HBP, EU commission

Posted by: Human Brain Project (HBP)

Posted on: 23 May 2013

Benefits of Open Access

BioMed Central's authors and editors discuss the benefits of open access publishing Watch this in Widescreen http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKkrdn_GrQo

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology

Posted by: Judyta Sorokowska

Posted on: 09 May 2013

FACULTI FILM - Dima Bolmatov on States of matter developments

Recent advances in fundamental understanding and description of three phases of matter: solid, liquid and gas states.

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology

Keywords: Basic states of matter

Posted by: Dima Bolmatov

Posted on: 29 Apr 2013

Spatial Stroop (van Vugt & Cavanagh, 2012 APP)

A spatial Stroop task investigated by van Vugt and Cavanagh, (http://dx.doi.org/10.3758/s13414-011-0261-0). The movie shows the response trajectories of all ...

Science > Psychology > Human Neuroscience

Posted by: Floris Tijmen Van Vugt

Posted on: 27 Mar 2013

Campus-TV: Das Human Brain Project

Campus-TV berichtet in der März-Sendung 2013 über das Human Brain Project. Mit dem Forschungsziel, die komplexen Funktionsprinzipien des menschlichen Gehirns Stück für...

Science > Neuroscience > Aging Neuroscience

Keywords: Karlheinz Meier, Human Brain Project, neuromorphic computing, fet flaship, University of Heidelberg

Posted by: Human Brain Project (HBP)

Posted on: 26 Mar 2013

g.HIamp - pathbreaking technology

The g.HIamp is a multi-channel biosignal amplifier. -256 channels perfectly synchronized with 24 Bit -supports active and passive EEG electrodes and ECoG grids -CE certified medical product / FDA...

Science > Neuroscience > Aging Neuroscience

Posted by: Christoph Guger

Posted on: 26 Feb 2013

Dr Steffany A.L. Bennett - CIHR Training Program in Neurodegenerative Lipidomics

Neurolipidomics focuses on cellular, regional, and systemic lipid homeostasis in the central nervous system encompassing not only the identification and measurement of individual lipid isoforms but...

Health > Neurology > Alzheimer's Disease

Keywords: lipidomics, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, Systems Biology, neurolipidomics, Phospholipids

Posted by: Steffany A L Bennett

Posted on: 25 Feb 2013

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