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Forbes: The Top 10 Brain Science and Psychology Stories of 2012

Dec 26, 2012 - 1 comments



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Original Post found at: http://superbodysuperbrainblog.wordpress.com/2012/12/26/forbes-the-top-10-brain-science-and-psychology-stories-of-2012/

Merry Christmas!
I hope that all of you had had a wonderful Christmas. I am still away for Holidays and wanted to share an important article by one of the most prestigious publications in the country that i was honored to be featured on Forbes. You can check my clip on Forbes.com “From Finance to Fitness”  http://superbodysuperbrainblog.wordpress.com/2012/07/25/forbes-network-features-a-powerful-upcoming-brand-in-health-and-fitness-super-body-super-brain/

Although in this compilation there are not specific studies related to brain and movement that by the way is my area of passion and research i wanted to share some of the “traditional studies” about the brain. I will try by the New Year write a compilation of the best stories related to the brain and movement,a really exciting and emerging field.

The Top 10 Brain Science and Psychology Stories
of 2012 . To read the article click the following link: http://www.forbes.com/sites/daviddisalvo/2012/12/23/the-top-10-brain-science-and-psychology-stories-of-2012/. To be able to read every different category please click in the previous link

1. Humans Aren’t the Only Apes that Have a Midlife Crisis

2. Receiving a Compliment has Same Effect as Receiving Cash

3. Could We One Day Switch Off Bad Habits in Our Brains?

4. How One Flawed Study Spawned a Decade of Lies

5. What Makes Presidents and Psychopaths Similar?

6. Why Jerks Get Ahead

7. How Stress Damages Your Mental Health

Researchers at the Society for Neuroscience meeting in New Orleans (Oct 13-17, 2012) presented studies showing how stress, no matter its cause, alters brain circuitry in ways that can have long-term effects on mental health.

The American Psychological Association’s “Stress in America” report provides a useful table, shown below, indicating the effects of stress on your body, your mood, and your behavior.

8. Are Two Heads Really Better Than One?

9. Sleeplessness Causes Our Mental Circuits to Overheat

10. How Your Brain Could be Keeping You Fat


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by beliteweight, Dec 26, 2012
i would quote by saying that "Every man can, if he so desires, become the sculptor of his own brain". We may define and re-direct our thought procedures that would in turn define our actions and behaviors and would cultivate good habits in our life. Its really a nice blog to read and i would look forward to such updates here.


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