Brain Blogging, Third Edition
Welcome to the third edition of Brain Blogging – a semi-monthly blog carnival that aims to review posts “related to the brain and mind that go beyond the basic sciences into a more human and multidimensional perspective.”
This carnival is part of the Blog Carnival network. Please remember to submit your blog entries using the online submission form. We will do our best to review and include your entry! Enjoy your readings…
Memory & Cognition
Joseph James presents Why Cardio Exercise Makes You Smarter: Part 2 posted at Joseph James, saying, “Real science from a Berkeley scientist.”
Alvaro Fernandez presents Cognitive Reserve and Lifestyle posted at SharpBrains: Your Window into the Brain Fitness Revolution, saying, “Brief review of key papers on the Cognitive Reserve for healthy aging.”
Craig Harper presents Exercise Addiction – Anorexia Athletica posted at Renovate your life with Craig, saying, “Craig harper talks about how he turned from a chubby teenager into an exercise addict.”
Violeta presents Area 25: a life beyond depression posted at All Tips and Tricks.
Irina presents They Took The Idea of a Polyphonic Duet to a Whole New Level posted at The Ignoble Experiment, a.k.a. Live Dangerously!.
State of Mind
The Positivity Blog presents Take the Positivity Challenge! posted at Henrik Edberg.
Neelima presents Diet for depression posted at Healthy B.P.M., saying, “Sometimes what you eat spells out your state of mind.”
Alvaro Fernandez presents ADD/ADHD and working memory training: interview with Notre Dame’s Bradley Gibson posted at SharpBrains: Your Window into the Brain Fitness Revolution.
Caroline Latham presents Does a brain fitness program prevent Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia? posted at SharpBrains: Your Window into the Brain Fitness Revolution, saying, “Living a physically and mentally active life can help delay the onset of symptoms of dementia.”
- Male Domination and the G-spot
- Is Thinking Bad For Your Brain?
- Current Treatments for Post-Amputation Pain
- Personal Experience in Labeling Borderline Personality Disorder
- Does Language Trigger Visual Memories? – Part 2