Since its first publication in 1974, Use Your Head has acquired the status of a classic. Translated into twelve languages, with worldwide sales well in excess of 250,000, Tony Buzan's book has helped scores of people to understand the true capacity of the human brain and realise and develop many of the abilities that normally lie dormant. Now in a new and revised edition of his classic bestseller, Tony Buzan explains the latest discoveries about the brain and helps you to understand more clearly how your mind works....
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PET kinetics of radiolabeled antidepressant, [N-methyl-11C]mirtazapine, in the human brain
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During the past decade or so, a wealth of information about metabolites in
various human brain tumour preparations (cultured cells, tissue specimens,
tumours in vivo) has been accumulated by global profiling tools. Such hol-istic approaches to cellular biochemistry have been termed metabolomics.
This is a watershed moment in the field of neuroimaging. At least three emerging
trends have been slowly reframing the field for the last five years. Each one of these
trends intersects with a foundational issue in human brain mapping, affecting the measurement
or methodological or theoretical nature of the overall field. First are methodological
problems that have arisen concerning nonindependence of samples—in effect
the lack of cross-validation procedures applied in the field, especially in social neuroscience
Humans are characterized by having a large brain relative to body size, with a particularly well developed neocortex, prefrontal cortex and temporal lobes, making them capable of abstract reasoning, language, introspection, problem solving and culture through social learning. This mental capability, combined with the adaptation to bipedal locomotion that frees the hands for manipulating objects, has allowed humans to make far greater use of tools than any other living species on Earth.
With the advent of new anatomical and functional brain imaging methods, it is now possible to collect vast amounts of data from the living human brain. It has thus become very important to extract the essential features from the data to allow an easier representation or interpretation of their properties. This is a very promising area of application for independent component analysis (ICA). Not only is this an area of rapid growth and great importance; some kinds of brain imaging data also seem to be quite well described by the ICA model. ...
β-Blockers (β-adrenergic receptor antagonists) block the effects of catecholamines on signal transmission through β-receptors; they cause hypotension by decreasing the heart beat rate and cardiac output, and prevent the attacks of arrhythmia and angina pectoris. In the brain, the drugs attenuate migraine by suppressing the dilation of blood vessels; in the eye, they decrease intraocular pressure by suppressing the production of aqueous humor.
Many of antidepressants exert their effects by inhibiting the reuptake of norepinephrine and serotonin and by accerelating the release of them at synaptic terminals of neurons in the brain. As characteristic structures of such drugs showing antidepressive effects, many of them have tricyclic or tetracyclic nuclei; this is the reason why they are called “tricyclic antidepressants or tetracyclic antidepressants”. There are many cases of suicides using the antidepressants; their massive intake sometimes causes death.
Brain Computer Interface (BCI) technology provides a direct electronic interface and can convey messages and commands directly from the human brain to a computer. BCI technology involves monitoring conscious brain electrical activity via electroencephalogram (EEG) signals and detecting characteristics of EEG patterns via digital signal processing algorithms that the user generates to communicate.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Color atlas of anatomy - A photographic study of the human body" presents the following contents: General anatomy, head and neck (skull and muscles of the head, cranial nerves, brain and sensory organs, brain and sensory organs, neck and organs of the neck), trunk.
The author and the publishers acknowledge with gratitude the following permissions to make use of copyright material in this work: Messrs. D. C. Heath & Company, for permission to quote from “Unified Mathematics,” by Louis C. Karpinski, Harry Y. Benedict and John W. Calhoun. Messrs. G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York and London, for permission to quote from “Organism as a Whole” and “Physiology of the Brain,” by Jacques Loeb. Messrs. Harper & Brothers, for permission to quote from “From the Life, Imaginary Portraits of Some Distinguished Americans,” by Harvey O'Higgins. Messrs.