Month: January 2018

Cognitive Enhancement: Boosting your Brainpower with Anders Sandberg

What is cognitive enhancement? Anders discusses common and less common types of cognitive enhancement, potential opportunities and pitfalls, and possible future directions. Recorded at the FHI offices in Oxford. Anders Sandberg as contributed to a number of papers on this and related subject: – Cognitive Enhancement: Methods, Ethics, Regulatory Challenges: http://www.nickbostrom.com/cognitive.pdf Abstract: Cognitive enhancement takes …

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25 Cognitive Neuroscience

Discovering Psychology is a PBS documentary on psychology presented by Philip Zimbardo, for which he received the Carl Sagan Award for Public Understanding of Science. The series was released in 1990, with an updated edition comprising three additional episodes in 2001. Vietsub credit from HTT group Full EP link: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPTmCxdaCSL6tZIPuI1u628rtg_cuMKOn Video Rating: / 5

Labs of Cognitive Neuroscience – Nelson Lab – Boston Children’s Hospital

How do babies recognize faces? Why do some children develop autism? Does musical training improve reading skills? Here at the Labs of Cognitive Neuroscience, we are working to shed light on such questions through a variety of ongoing studies. By learning more about brain and behavior development across the lifespan, we aim to contribute to …

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Cognitive Biases: What They Are, Why They’re Important

http://www.criticalthinkeracademy.com As critical thinkers, it’s important to understand how we OUGHT to reason. This is what we learn when we study logic, argumentation and other normative theories of reasoning. But it’s equally important to understand how we IN FACT reason, how our minds ACTUALLY work. Every critical thinker should be familiar with the concept of …

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Cognitive Function Series

Damon explains the cognitive function Extraverted Thinking (Te) in comparison with its counterpart Introverted Thinking (Ti). Te is a cognitive function in Jungian Psychology and is often paired with Introverted Feeling (Fi). Subscribe For More Content → http://bit.ly/mbtvsubscribe MBTI Practitioner / NLP & Business Coach Damon Grey: Damon@mbtvcoach.com Work With me | http://bit.ly/bookwithdamonmbtv Dating & …

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MBTI Cognitive Functions Explained! (Typrific)

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