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Why Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates both do this mundane chore
They both prefer to wash the dishes. It's what I've always said: I come up with my best ideas when I'm washing the dishes, showering, brushing my teeth or otherwise doing some other soothing, mentally simple activity.
people-jeff-bezos  people-bill-gates  mind  brain  creativity 
november 2017 by daguti
Gut Bacteria Might Guide The Workings Of Our Minds : Shots - Health News : NPR
identity-as-a-concept = Bold mice became timid when they were fed different diets, which altered their gut microbiota.
health-gut-bacteria  mind  brain  health  identity-as-a-concept  disease-cure  disease-autism  food-fermented 
december 2013 by daguti
How Memory Works: 10 Things Most People Get Wrong — PsyBlog
Lots of these tips have to do with teaching or learning. For example, in #9, it states:
"But, in the long-run this kind of mix-and-match learning works best.

One explanation for why this works is called the 'reloading hypothesis'. Each time we switch tasks we have to 'reload' the memory. This process of reloading strengthens the learning."
teaching  learning  mind  brain  memory-brain 
november 2012 by daguti
Why Waiting in Line Is Torture - NYTimes.com
books-to-buy = “Fooling Houdini: Magicians, Mentalists, Math Geeks and the Hidden Powers of the Mind.” ................... Mirrors next to elevators so people have something to do (check themselves out) while they wait for the elevators. Same thing with with the baggage claim being a 20 minute walk away from the airplane (people who walk 20 minutes instead of wait 20 minutes, report being happier about the experience even though it was more work.) ...which is the same reason doctor's offices (McDoctors, like Summit Medical) schedule you for 3:30pm and call you in from the waiting room at 3:30pm, but leave you waiting in the examination room for another 15-20 minutes.
psychology-waiting  mind  books-to-buy  retail  psychology  customer-behavior  customer-service  perception 
september 2012 by daguti
Man with schizophrenia has out-of-body experience in lab, gains knowledge, controls his psychosis [Repost] | Not Exactly Rocket Science | Discover Magazine
disease-cure = "This approach almost certainly won’t work for everyone – bear in mind that RM is high-functioning and self-aware. He is very eloquent and has an IQ of 120."
disease-cure  disease  disease-schizophrenia  mind  brain 
february 2012 by daguti
100 Names for Love | Radio Times | WHYY
Heard this on NPR, in pieces. Worth listening to again and consider getting the book.
books-to-buy  mind  brain  books  disease-stroke 
september 2011 by daguti
'Incognito': What's Hiding In The Unconscious Mind : NPR
crime, prison = Starting at 19:30, they talk about reforming the prison system, with the example of the guy who got up on the Texas Tower and killed a bunch of people. In his suicide note, he said he wanted an autopsy done because "I know something inside of me has been changing for the last year or so." A post-event autopsy revealed that he had, for the last year, had a brain tumor growing which was impinging on the part of the brain that deals with fear and agression.

Also see the Radio Times story bookmarked 8-12-2011.
mind  brain  personal-development  crime  prison  neuroscience  books-to-buy 
june 2011 by daguti
Rejection Therapy
"Rejection Therapy™ is the real life game with one rule. The game is designed for anyone who wants to get out of their comfort zone and overcome fear and rejection." ............ UPDATE: Still going strong in 2015: http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2015/01/16/377239011/by-making-a-game-out-of-rejection-a-man-conquers-fear
gifts  psychology  business  life  mind  social-engineering  games-in-realspace  games  personal-development 
december 2010 by daguti
Just Manic Enough: Seeking Perfect Entrepreneurs - Yahoo! Finance
the story of Seth Priebatsch and Scvngr
“I want to build the game layer on top of the world.”
entrepreneurship  entrepreneurs-young  business  mind  psychology  startups  people-seth-priebatsch 
september 2010 by daguti
A List Apart: Articles: Burnout
he identified phases, several of which I bet sound familiar, are: * A compulsion to prove oneself * Working harder * Neglecting one’s own needs * Displacement of conflict (the person does not realize the root cause of the distress) * Revision of values (friends, family, hobbies, etc., are dismissed) * Denial of emerging problems (cynicism, aggression, and frustration become apparent) * Withdrawal from social contexts, potential for alcohol or drug abuse * Behavioral changes become more visible to others * Inner emptiness * Depression * Burnout syndrome (including suicidal thoughts and complete mental and physical collapse) [2]
business  health  mind  brain  psychology  career  stress  health-mental-depression 
may 2009 by daguti
Kreskin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Though Kresge makes "predictions," he does not claim to have paranormal or clairvoyant powers, and is annoyed to be lumped with psychics.[2] He teaches classes for law enforcement groups, which "focuses on psychological methods such as jogging lost memories through relaxation techniques or detecting lies through body language and voice inflections."[2]
biography  mind  brain  psychology  people-kreskin 
may 2009 by daguti
Best and Worst Brain Foods on Yahoo! Health
For more smart shopping tips, point your grocery cart to THIS story and learn how to pick the most delicious and nutritious while controlling your waistline!
health  mind  brain  food 
may 2009 by daguti
rewards.pdf (application/pdf Object)
Similar to the "paying kids to solve math problems" issue
motivation exercise psychology children
motivation-psychological  leadership  psychology  children  management  mind  brain  exercise  psychology-rewarding  filetype:pdf  media:document 
april 2009 by daguti
The Brain That Changes Itself, Norman Doidge, Book - Barnes & Noble
The discovery that our thoughts can change the structure and function of our brains — even into old age — is the most important breakthrough in neuroscience in four centuries. In this revolutionary look at the brain, bestselling author, psychiatrist, and psychoanalyst Norman Doidge, M.D., introduces both the brilliant scientists championing this new science of neuroplasticity and the astonishing progress of the people whose lives they've transformed. Introducing principles we can all use as well as a riveting collection of case histories — stroke patients cured, a woman with half a brain that rewired itself to work as a whole, learning and emotional disorders overcome, IQs raised, and aging brains rejuvenated — The Brain That Changes Itself has "implications for all human beings, not to mention human culture, human learning and human history" (The New York Times).
psychology  mind  brain  books  health  fitness  neuroscience  books-to-buy 
april 2009 by daguti
Scientists extract images directly from brain ::: Pink Tentacle
Researchers from Japan’s ATR Computational Neuroscience Laboratories have developed new brain analysis technology that can reconstruct the images inside a person’s mind and display them on a computer monitor, it was announced on December 11. According to the researchers, further development of the technology may soon make it possible to view other people’s dreams while they sleep.
brain  mind  science  neuroscience 
december 2008 by daguti
H. M., an Unforgettable Amnesiac, Dies at 82 - Obituary (Obit) - NYTimes.com
H.M. - an individual who used to suffer from seizures, had part of his brain removed to try to treat this, but instead became an amnesiac. He was unable to remember anything more than 20 seconds.
brain  mind  memory-brain  neuroscience  science 
december 2008 by daguti
Your brain lies to you - International Herald Tribune
Even if they do not understand the neuroscience behind source amnesia, campaign strategists can exploit it to spread misinformation.
psychology-beliefs-or-changing-beliefs  memory-brain  brain  mind  science  psychology  marketing  politics  neuroscience 
june 2008 by daguti
Space Euphoria: Do Our Brains Change When We Travel in Outer Space?
"In February 1971, Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell experienced the little understood phenomenon sometimes called the “Overview Effect”. describes a profound sense of universal connectedness. a feeing of bliss, timelessness, and connectedness began..." ------- Also see Upworthy.com bookmark from 2/21/2013 with a 19 minute video on the Overview Effect.
planet-earth  mind  life-affirming  space  brain  philosophy-consciousness 
may 2008 by daguti
Wired: Scientists Meditate on Happiness
Buddhists have long maintained that meditation offers great benefits to their minds and bodies, but the empirical world has demanded more proof than personal testimonials. As Ajahn Amaro, an abbot at the Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery in northern Calif
meditation  mind  brain  research-studies 
may 2008 by daguti
ABC News: Autism Breakthrough: Girl's Writings Provide 'Remarkable Insight' on Disorder
Carly Fleischmann has severe autism and is unable to speak a word. But thanks to years of expensive and intensive therapy, this 13-year-old has made a remarkable breakthrough. Two years ago, working with pictures and symbols on a computer keyboard, she st
disease-autism  psychology  mind  brain  children  childrearing 
february 2008 by daguti
Reversal Of Alzheimer's Symptoms Within Minutes In Human Study
Reversal Of Alzheimer's Symptoms Within Minutes In Human Study
health  brain  mind  science  medicine  disease 
january 2008 by daguti
The Gurdjieff Teaching
Gurdjieff's basic teaching is that human life is lived in waking sleep; transcendence of the sleeping state requires a specific inner work, which is practiced in private quiet conditions, and in the midst of life with others. This leads to otherwise inacc
psychology  mind  mindhack  mindfulness  learning  life 
december 2007 by daguti
Transcendental Meditation book: Table of Contents
Transcendental Meditation book: Table of Contents Click here to access the TM.org eBook.
meditation  mind  brain  health  spirituality 
december 2007 by daguti
The Right Brain vs Left Brain | The Daily Telegraph
The Right Brain vs Left Brain test ... do you see the dancer turning clockwise or anti-clockwise?
brain  mind  psychology  interesting 
october 2007 by daguti
Scientific American Mind: A Look Tells All
A person's face will always reveal his true feelings -- if, like Paul Ekman, you are quick enough to recognize microexpressions.
psychology  mind  brain  communication  social-networking 
october 2006 by daguti
Northwest Florida Daily News: Novel police tactic puts drug markets out of business
Novel police tactic puts drug markets out of business:

"Police made dozens of undercover buys and videotaped many other drug purchases. They also did something unusual: they determined the "influentials" in the dealers' lives -- mothers, grandmothers, mentors -- and cultivated relationships with them. When police felt they had amassed ironclad legal cases, they did something even more striking: they refrained from arresting most of the suspected dealers. "
family  psychology  crime  politics  mind  crime-drugs 
september 2006 by daguti
Happiness > Study Explores 'Manic' Thinking
When people are made to think quickly, they report feeling happier as a result.
forblog  mind  children  learning  psychology 
september 2006 by daguti
The New York Times > Science > Image > Graphic: Separated at Birth?
One is only micrometers wide. The other is billions of light-years across. One shows neurons in a mouse brain. The other is a simulated image of the universe. Together they suggest the surprisingly similar patterns found in vastly different natural phenom
hobbies-astronomy  photos  brain  mind  science  physics 
august 2006 by daguti
YouTube - Derren Brown- Russian Scam
"Amazing, a guy takes someone's keys and wallet just by asking. I think the lesson to learn from this is the bodylanguage and rapport can do a lot to 'close a deal'"
communication  sales  psychology  mind  brain  crime-scams-or-ripoffs 
august 2006 by daguti
How to Manufacture a Hormone | NicheGeek.com
What forces in our minds make us perceive one movie as a lot better than another? I have a theory that I strongly believe comes pretty close to the answer: “The more the mind must work to reach a conclusion which it eventually successfully reaches, the
marketing  psychology  mind  brainhack 
august 2006 by daguti
Lucent's Essays - Overjustification Effect Explains Away Religious Morality
Overjustification Effect Explains Away Religious Morality "or 'Why you can't keep consistently exercising'" - why paying children to do well in school will ultimately lead to their demotivation - God stuff of why paying kids to do math problems will not work
formerly at http://essays.dayah.com/6515.html
motivation-psychological  exercise  psychology  children  leadership  management  mind  brain  psychology-rewarding 
august 2006 by daguti
Scientific American: The Expert Mind
"Don't despair: experts are made, not born."
psychology  learning  science  mind  brain 
july 2006 by daguti
Open Loops: How to Remember Amazing Amounts of Information - Pt. 1: The Basics
"I posted this a while back but I am sure it will be very useful, so I deleted and reposted. (mostly to remind myself to review it) Make sure you click through to the other lessons - How to remember Lists and the others after that.
memory-brain  productivity  lifehacks  howto  learning  mnemonics  reference  hacks  brain  psychology  mind  mindhack 
july 2006 by daguti
WikiHome - JotSpot Wiki (Continuous Partial Attention)
Continuous partial attention describes how many of us use our attention today. It is different from multi-tasking. The two are differentiated by the impulse that motivates them.
psychology  mind  brain  productivity 
july 2006 by daguti
Psychology Today: Stand and Deliver
I HATE TO ADMIT IT, BUT I THINK I AM A PROCRASTINATOR. ALTHOUGH, I THINK I'VE GOTTEN BETTER, OVER THE YEARS, THIS MIGHT STILL FACTOR INFO OUR VENTURE. PLEASE KICK ME IN THE ASS IF YOU SEE ME PROCRASTINATING.
psychology  procrastination  productivity  mind  brainhack 
july 2006 by daguti
The Boy Who Sees with Sound : People.com
Blind since age 3, Ben Underwood skateboards, shoots hoops and plays video games. How does he do it? Just like bats and dolphins
brain  mind  science  interesting  inspiration  eyes-vision 
july 2006 by daguti
A head for trouble - Health - Times Online
Long story, but a great read. Talks about a normal, nice guy who developed a brain tumor and became a pedophile. He was operated on a returned to normal, but the tumor came back and so did the pedophile urges. Goes on to list other similar type cases thro
brain  mind  psychology  neuroscience  neurology  interesting 
july 2006 by daguti
The Socialized Psychopath or Sociopath
This is not going to make any sense right now, but being that we are moving forward and plan to be a "social" organization, we should be aware of this. I know someone like this and did not realize it for years. Until he turned on me, as a matter of fact.
psychology-sociopath-psychopath  social-engineering  psychology  mind  brain  communication 
july 2006 by daguti
Schneier on Security: Aligning Interest with Capability
Very interesting. Made me come up with an idea which we can use for an experimental site.
psychology  security  mindhack  mind  brain  people-bruce-schneier  receipt 
july 2006 by daguti
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