Category Archives: Neuropsychology

Your subconscious mind creates its’ own thoughts

Neuroscience confirms that your subconscious mind can control your behaviour Cognitive Principle Therapy states that there are two separate systems operating within in you. System 1, the dominant system which has one primary goal, which is to keep you safe. It uses the nervous system of fight, flight, freeze and engagement [safety in numbers] to…
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TIME & PERCEPTION OF TIME

TIME & PERCEPTION OF TIME The following article by Jari Roomer is a very good summary of Flow. Below that article I look at flow as a measure of time. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- How To Reach Flow State (Using 10 Flow State ‘Triggers’)Jari Roomer Feb 12, 2019 · Think about the last time where you were engaged in…
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How decision-making affects day-to-day life

How decision-making affects day-to-day life The following research supports the Default Mode Networks' [DMN] "Mindwandering" function which was shown to be very common in all people most of the time. Refer study at the end of this article. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- How decision-making affects day-to-day life. Credit: Carnegie Mellon University College of Engineering At Carnegie Mellon University,…
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Feeling insecure about your relationship?

Feeling insecure about your relationship? Your biology may play a role. In polyvagal theory the “Engagement nerve” is part of the parasympathetic nervous system. This nerve is in all mammals, including humans. The following two articles propose that the engagement nerve has borrowed attributes from the flight-flight-freeze instinct responses and is now an instinctive nerve.…
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