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    • Guidelines for scientific meta analysis
    • 09-19-2017
    • So you read about an awesome scientific study that validates your previous hypothesis about something and you would like to formulate a theory based on scientific studies, how do you do it?

      OK first of all, scientific results about a phenomena usually point in multiple directions, so you need to make an meta-analysis about many scientific results about the same thing find.

      If there is not enough science about your specific topic, say it's only one scientist who rese..
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    • What their type says about you
    • 09-16-2017
    • If we consider that bonding positively affects our sympathy for other people, and sympathy is about understanding other peoples intentions and mindset, then we can deduce from this that if you lack bonding to someone then you will be less sympathetic towards this person, you will be less understanding of this persons intentions and mindset. From this it follows that, the longer the typological distance is between you and another person, the less bonding you probably have with this person.
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    • The phenomenology of the cognitive functions
    • 02-20-2017
    • Alright lets try using descriptive phenomenology on the cognitive functions and see where end up.

      Experiencing objects happening linearly, mechanistically, predetermined or deterministic sequentially. Void of rational (as in self-control) or voluntaristic elements, void of sentient qualities.


Latest science

    • 2018
    • Effect of intranasal oxytocin on the core social symptoms of autism spectrum disorder: a randomized clinical trial
    • Although small-scale studies have described the effects of oxytocin on social deficits in autism spectrum disorder (ASD), no large-scale study has been conducted. In this randomized, parallel-group, multicenter, placebo-controlled, double-blind trial in Japan, 106 ASD individuals (18–48 y.o.) were enrolled between Jan 2015 and March 2016. Participants were randomly assigned to a 6-week intranasal oxytocin (48IU/day, n = 53) or placebo (n = 53) group. One-hundr..
    • 2011
    • The Neurobiology of Moral Behavior: Review and Neuropsychiatric Implications
    • Morality may be innate to the human brain. This review examines the neurobiological evidence from research involving functional magnetic resonance imaging of normal subjects, developmental sociopathy, acquired sociopathy from brain lesions, and frontotemporal dementia. These studies indicate a “neuromoral” network for responding to moral dilemmas centered in the ventromedial prefrontal cortex and its connections, particularly on the right. The neurobiological evidence indicates the..
    • 2016
    • Neural correlates of maintaining one’s political beliefs in the face of counterevidence
    • People often discount evidence that contradicts their firmly held beliefs. However, little is known about the neural mechanisms that govern this behavior. We used neuroimaging to investigate the neural systems involved in maintaining belief in the face of counterevidence, presenting 40 liberals with arguments that contradicted their strongly held political and non-political views. Challenges to political beliefs produced increased activity in the default mode network—a set of interconnec..
    • 2016
    • Oxytocin improves synchronisation in leader-follower interaction
    • The neuropeptide oxytocin has been shown to affect social interaction. Meanwhile, the underlying mechanism remains highly debated. Using an interpersonal finger-tapping paradigm, we investigated whether oxytocin affects the ability to synchronise with and adapt to the behaviour of others. Dyads received either oxytocin or a non-active placebo, intranasally. We show that in conditions where one dyad-member was tapping to another unresponsive dyad-member – i.e. one was following another wh..
    • 2016
    • Variation in the oxytocin receptor gene (OXTR) is associated with differences in moral judgment
    • Moral judgments are produced through the coordinated interaction of multiple neural systems, each of which relies on a characteristic set of neurotransmitters. Genes that produce or regulate these neurotransmitters may have distinctive influences on moral judgment. Two studies examined potential genetic influences on moral judgment using dilemmas that reliably elicit competing automatic and controlled responses, generated by dissociable neural systems. Study 1 (N = 228) examined 49 common vari..
    • 2017
    • The Descending Diencephalic Dopamine System Is Tuned to Sensory Stimuli
    • The vertebrate diencephalic A11 system provides the sole dopaminergic innervation of hindbrain and spinal cord and has been implicated in modulation of locomotion and sensory processes. However, the exact contributions of sensory stimuli and motor behavior to A11 dopaminergic activity remain unclear. We recorded cellular calcium activity in four anatomically distinct posterior tubercular A11-type dopaminergic subgroups and two adjacent hypothalamic dopaminergic groups in GCaMP7a-transgenic, se..

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