Reader View · 2 min read · Mar 3rd · While watching a fearful memory take shape in the brain of a living fish, neuroscientists see an unexpected level of rewiring occur in the synaptic connections. · Shared by 1510, including Jane, Sam, Howard Getson, Pippa Malmgren, USC, Chris Isak , Chaotic Goode, Nicolas Babin, AI, PNASNews, Danielle! 🌩, John Hagel, ipfconline, 🟣 Antonio Vieira Santos #FutureOfWork #InnoTrans2, Leonardo Sumulong, Brian Ahier, Nico Müller 🇺🇦, Kevin Mitchell, Brian Roemmele
Reader View · 3 min read · Jul 29th · Every minute we spend mentally juggling and straining to remember things leave us with less time to get meaningful work done, says neuroscience and brain expert Tiago Forte. He shares his simple, four… · Shared by 734, including Martin Soorjoo, Tiago Forte
Reader View · 4 min read · Sep 7th · When the brain encodes memories as positive or negative, one molecule determines which way they will go. · Shared by 552, including John Hagel, Danielle! 🌩, Anita Leirfall
Reader View · 9 min read · 2021-04-14 · After a year of lockdown, many of us are finding it hard to think clearly, or remember what happened when. Neuroscientists and behavioural experts explain why · Shared by 480, including Dr. Marigo Raftopoulos, Steve Faulkner, Gabriele, Jo Hemmings 🇺🇦, Prof. Akiko Iwasaki, Emmy van Deurzen☀️🌍 🌻🌹🌳🇪🇺🇫🇷🇳🇱🇬🇧🇺🇸⭐️, David Owen, Jason Silva, Rick Powell, Cameron Yick, teresa bücker, Jennifer Daniel, Guy Kawasaki, Tim McDonnell, Lynn Cherny
Studies have demonstrated that a dose of cortisol will lower a person’s attention, concentration and memory for their immediate environment.
Reader View · 6 min read · From 2016 · “You will never get any more out of life than you expect.” · Shared by 338, including Tris Hussey, Vincent Liu, Rodrigo Noales, Dez S. Papp, Paddy Zab, Fabrizio Bianchi, Florian Hanke 🍎, Johannes Lenz, Thomas Power, Liv 😷, Brandon Uttley, Gabriele, Stephanie A Kowalski, Bill Johnston, Dominik Grolimund, Bernhard Huessy, Arin Basu, Atul Pradhananga, Daniel Bentes, Matthias «Delay» Göbel
Reader View · 9 min read · Jul 3rd · ‘I can’t remember anything’ is a common complaint these days. But is it because we rely so heavily on our smartphones? And do the endless alerts and distractions stop us forming new memories? · Shared by 913, including Jeff Jarvis, Daniel Kraft, MD, Carly, Evan Kirstel the $B2B Techfluencer, Gerd Leonhard, Brian Roemmele, Tactical Tech, 👨✈️ AA-Admiral ⚓🚀🌌, Marsha Collier
Reader View · 7 min read · Aug 17th · When does forgetfulness become something more serious? And how can we delay or even prevent that change? We talk to brain expert Richard Restak · Shared by 294, including Kiki, Jane
Restak has noticed that many patients in the early stages of dementia stop reading fiction, because it’s too difficult to remember what the character said or did a few chapters earlier – which is unfortunate, he says, because reading complex novels can be a valuable mental workout in itself.
Reader View · 5 min read · Jul 3rd · When it comes to recall, it’s very much a case of ‘use it, don’t lose it’. Here’s how you can improve yours, at any age... · Shared by 188, including Isabel Drost-Fromm, Tarik ESSAADI