Brain Blogging, Fourth Edition

Brain_Blogging_Carnival2.jpgWelcome to the fourth 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 presents Mind Mapping by Stephen Pierce posted at Help with Everything.

Joseph James presents Enjuvio: Why Glucose Levels Determine How Well Your Brain Works posted at Joseph James.

RachelAPP presents Kick start your brain in the morning posted at Food for your mind, saying, “This is an article about finding my own way to engage my brain in the morning, with techniques & suggestions that can hopefully inspire other people.”

Personal Stories

m presents strip down posted at my life with

Talia Mana presents Can Blogging reduce Depression? posted at Emotional Well-Being, saying, “An interview with Therese Borchard on depression, anxiety, motherhood and how blogging is helping her stay sane.”

Self Awareness

Mercurial Scribe presents Stability posted at Mercurial Scribe, saying, “A Light at the End of the Tunnel.”

Brent Diggs presents My Subconscious Responds posted at The Ominous Comma, saying, “A bit of self awareness humor.”

State of Mind

The Positivity Blog presents 5 life-changing keys to overcoming your fear posted at Henrik Edberg.

Hal Sommerschield, Ph.D. presents I Am Afraid to Let Myself Be Happy and Content posted at North Star Mental Fitness Blog.

Tupelo Kenyon presents Beyond Science, Philosophy and Religion posted at Tupelo Kenyon.

Stigmatization & Discrimination

Laura Collins presents Gisele Bundchen’s Mother’s School of ED Prevention posted at Are you “Eating With Your Anorexic?”.

D Kai Wilson presents Proactivism or common sense? posted at Live, thrive Survive, saying, “A small commentary on the recent comments about proactivism versus common sense and what I felt it really boiled down to.”


Linda Freedman presents Gimme, gimme, gimme and Behavior Modification posted at Everyone needs therapy? Lessons from a family therapist, saying, “One way to understand how our children modify our brains is to see how the networks modify our viewing habits. We’re not all that different than children when it comes to conditioning. It’s nice to see how that happens.”

Shaheen E Lakhan, MD, PhD, MEd, MS, FAAN

Shaheen E Lakhan, MD, PhD, MEd, MS, FAAN, is a board-certified neurologist and pain specialist, medical educator, and scientist. He is the executive director of the Global Neuroscience Initiative Foundation (GNIF). He is a published scholar in biomarkers, biotechnology, education technology, and neurology. He serves on the editorial board of several scholarly publications and has been honored by the U.S. President and Congress.
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