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2012-12-12 05:04:57

Human Anatomy & Physiology Course review released for James Ross´s newly released home study course for anatomy and physiology Denver, CO (PRWEB) December 11, 2012 Human Anatomy & Physiology Course has finally been released after much anticipation and is helping hundreds learn everything they need to know about anatomy and physiology in a matter of days using a simple, proven instruction method. Unlike other anatomy and physiology home study courses, the program created by Dr....

Visual Sensitivity Improved By Learning To Control Brain Activity
2012-12-05 15:46:31

Wellcome Trust Training human volunteers to control their own brain activity in precise areas of the brain can enhance fundamental aspects of their visual sensitivity, according to a new study. This non-invasive 'neurofeedback' approach could one day be used to improve brain function in patients with abnormal patterns of activity, for example stroke patients. Researchers at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging at UCL used non-invasive, real-time brain imaging that enabled...

2012-12-03 16:51:35

A Loyola University Medical Center neurologist is reporting surprising results of a study of patients who experience both epileptic and non-epileptic seizures. Non-epileptic seizures resemble epileptic seizures, but are not accompanied by abnormal electrical discharges. Rather, these seizures are believed to be brought on by psychological stresses. Dr. Diane Thomas reported that 15.7 percent of hospital patients who experienced non-epileptic seizures also had epileptic seizures during...

Musical Duets Synchronize Brains As Well As Rhythms
2012-11-29 09:50:53

Frontiers Study shows networking properties between brains when guitarists play together Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin have shown that synchronization emerges between brains when making music together, and even when musicians play different voices. In a study published November 29th in Frontiers in Neuroscience, Johanna Sänger and her team used electrodes to record the brain waves of guitarists while they played different voices...

Helicopter Controlled By Your Thoughts
2012-11-26 05:56:26

redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports - Your Universe Online Want to get your kids the coolest Christmas present ever? One California-based company is producing a toy helicopter controlled completely by thought -- and, yes, it is currently on track for December delivery. According to The Daily Mail, the gizmo is called the Orbit, and it is being produced by Puzzlebox in San Francisco. The London-based newspaper says that the company is touting the helicopter as "both an entertaining novelty...

Vital Sign Monitoring With New Tiny Device
2012-11-16 06:41:31

Connie K. Ho for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online First there was the record player. Then came the portable walkman and CD player. Now there´s the mp3 player and iPod. With the evolution of music, it is clear that technology has made things become smaller and smaller. Even though devices aren´t as large as before, they still retain their effectiveness. A new study from electrical engineers at Oregon State University (OSU) revealed the development of a new device that can...

Brain Waves Translated Into Music
2012-11-15 21:48:46

Brett Smith for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online Chinese researchers at the University of Electronic Science and Technology in Chengdu, China have developed a method to transform brain waves into music that closely resembles something a human composer would write. According to their report in the open access journal PLOS ONE, they were able to use an electroencephalogram (EEG) to create the pitch and duration of a note, and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to...

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