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Scientists discover that your brain's perception is "strobed" not constant... you do not perceive actual reality in a continuous flow

https://naturalnews.com/2017-11-28-scientists-discover-that-your-brains-perception-is-strobed-not-constant-you-do-not-perceive-actual-reality-in-a-continuous-flow.html

The study “Auditory Sensitivity and Decision Criteria Oscillate at Different Frequencies Separately for the Two Ears” provides new evidence that prove oscillations in auditory perception for the first time. ... The study presents three key findings, as reported in the website Science Daily : - Auditory perception oscillates over time and peak perception alternates between the ears – which is important for locating events in the environment; - ...

Deep-learning AI can determine what song is playing in your head

https://naturalnews.com/2018-07-11-deep-learning-ai-can-determine-what-song-is-playing-in-your-head.html

Deep-learning AI can determine what song is playing in your head Wednesday, July 11, 2018 by: Edsel Cook AI , Algorithm , algorithms , artificial intelligence , auditory brain , auditory cortex , Auditory perception , brain activity , Deep Learning , Deep-learning AI , human brain activity , machine learning , mind reading - (Natural News ) California-based researchers are showing off the latest version of their mind-reading artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm....

Bilingual people are better at sensory perception: Study

https://naturalnews.com/2018-07-09-bilingual-people-are-better-at-sensory-perception-study.html

Bilingual people are better at sensory perception: Study Monday, July 09, 2018 by: Michelle Simmons bilingual people , bilingualism , bilinguals , Brain , brain function , language , senses , sensory perception , speech - (Natural News ) A study published in the journal Brain Sciences has found that learning a second language can alter how the senses work together to interpret speech . ... “Our discovery is that bilinguals are more likely to integrate across auditory and ...

Food scientists use VR to show how our perception of real food is altered by our surroundings

https://naturalnews.com/2019-01-16-vr-shows-how-perception-of-real-food-is-altered-by-surroundings.html

Food scientists use VR to show how our perception of real food is altered by our surroundings Wednesday, January 16, 2019 by: Zoey Sky breakthrough , consumer acceptance , cost-efficiency , eating experience , food science , food sensory evaluation , innovation , perception , science and technology , sensory analysis , testing environments , Virtual reality , vr Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.distributednews.com/318166.html Copy URL - (Natural News ) When you’re ...

Blind people really do have better hearing: The brain adapts to sharpen it

https://naturalnews.com/2020-02-19-blind-people-have-better-hearing-brain-adapts.html

Blind people really do have better hearing: The brain adapts to sharpen it Wednesday, February 19, 2020 by: Evangelyn Rodriguez auditory cortex , auditory motion , blindness , brain function , brain plasticity , discoveries , frequency tuning , goodscience , hearing , real science , research , sensory perception , visual cortex Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.distributednews.com/400843.html Copy URL - (Natural News ) People who were born blind or have ...

Understanding synesthesia: Why some people "hear" silent flashes

https://naturalnews.com/2018-06-08-understanding-synaesthesia-why-some-people-hear-silent-flashes.html

Understanding synesthesia: Why some people “hear” silent flashes Friday, June 08, 2018 by: Zoey Sky Brain , brain function , cross-sensory perception , hearing , perception , pure motion energy , science , sight , silent flashes , Sound , sound and vision , synesthesia , synesthetic effects , vEAR , vision , visual ear , visually-evoked auditory response - (Natural News ) Have you ever “heard” silent flashes? ... Sights and sounds like car indicator lights or flashing ...

Scientists: You really can improve your memory with magnets

https://naturalnews.com/2017-04-21-scientists-you-can-improve-your-memory-with-magnets.html

Until this study, scientists had no clue how these waves affected auditory memory. ... Even more exciting is that while this study investigated auditory memory, the same approach can be used for multiple cognitive processes such as vision, perception, and learning.” "...

Mind control now confirmed by scientists: Memories 'implanted' directly into brains

https://naturalnews.com/042297_mind_control_implanted_memories_brain_science.html

Acetylcholine also plays a critical role in the arousal of attention and emphasis in sensory perception. ... "Just as a musician's ear is tuned," the auditory cortex "emphasizes what's important," Weinberger stated. "...

Imagining threats beforehand can make you less afraid of them when (or if) they occur

https://naturalnews.com/2019-04-03-imagining-threats-beforehand-can-make-you-less-afraid-of-them.html

The threat memory was then reinstated in all participants through four unsignaled shocks, after which all participants were re-exposed to the conditioned auditory stimuli. To better assess the neurocognitive changes of imagination and threat perception, functional MRI images were collected from all the participants for each phase. "...

Sonar device brings vision to those blind from birth

https://naturalnews.com/038151_blind_vision_sonar.html

This system allows the device to convert even complex images into auditory packages. ... They found that the areas of the cerebral cortex associated with visual perception became highly active when users listened to auditory representations of visual cues. "...

Music boosts your brain power by literally altering its structure as you learn new skills

https://naturalnews.com/2017-07-09-music-boosts-your-brain-power-by-literally-altering-its-structure-as-you-learn-new-skills.html

MRI data revealed that participants in the music group displayed a significant increase in structural connectivity in the contralateral arcuate fasciculus , a fiber tract that links auditory and motor regions on the right side of the brain. ... Future investigation, ideally with larger numbers of participants, of the effects of different kinds of movement cues and longer training periods, may further clarify the specific effects of using auditory cues during motor learning,” the ...

Hormone Replacement Therapy may cause hearing loss, study reveals

https://naturalnews.com/020311_HRT_hearing_loss.html

While the scientists' results - reported in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences - established no definitive link between HRT and hearing loss, they theorized progestogen might alter the levels of the acid GABA, found in the brainstem and auditory system. ... The researchers recommend that HRT medications undergo more rigorous testing to make sure they do not negatively affect sensory perception. "...

Researchers determine that reading stories increases empathy

https://naturalnews.com/2018-11-22-stories-increase-empathy.html

Study: Brain motor system plays key role in predicting sounds A study conducted by a researcher at the Montreal Neurological Institute of McGill University showed that motor signals in the brain may bolster sound perception. ... The researcher observed a burst of fast neural responses in the auditory regions of the brain. "...

LIFE AFTER DEATH: Consciousness survives after physical organs stop functioning; study proves the mind does not die with the body

https://naturalnews.com/054090_life_after_death_scientific_evidence_mind_activity.html

Researchers say that 39 percent of the patients they interviewed who had survived cardiac arrest, "described a perception of awareness , but interestingly did not have any explicit recall of events." ... One individual reported consciousness and awareness three minutes after their heart had stopped "One case was validated and timed using auditory stimuli during cardiac arrest," the study reports. "...

Wind turbines emit brain-disrupting 'ultrasound pollution' that affects people for miles around

https://naturalnews.com/050506_wind_turbines_infrasound_brain_disturbances.html

Christian Koch of the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin headed up the research, which indicated that sounds considered too low for human ears to detect are still registered by the primary auditory cortex of the brain. ... This means that a human being has a rather diffuse perception, saying that something is there and that this might involve danger. "...

This "mind-altering" herb can cause fragmented sleep and induce depressant effects

https://naturalnews.com/2019-02-01-mind-altering-herb-causes-fragmented-sleep-depressant-effects.html

Sage of the diviners’ effects on the brain may include: - Anxiety or fear from a “bad trip” - Distorted reality and altered perception of your surroundings - Feeling as if you’re having an “out-of-body” experience - Feeling detached from reality - Laughing uncontrollably - Visual and auditory hallucinations (e.g., seeing bright lights, extreme shapes, or vivid colors) - Slurred speech The effects listed above may occur rapidly and within only 5-10 minutes of smoking or inhaling ...

Watch the birdie! Pediatric hospitals find the distraction of VR helps with pain management

https://naturalnews.com/2017-11-12-watch-the-birdie-pediatric-hospitals-find-the-distraction-of-vr-helps-with-pain-management.html

Based on the results, the use of VR successfully decreased both the parents’ and patient’s perception of “acute pain, anxiety, and general distress” while the procedure was taking place. ... Mahrer, Ph.D., of the Department of Anesthesiology Critical Care Medicine at CHLA and the study’s co-author, suggested that “VR analgesia” or pain control stems from the neurobiological interplay of the parts of the brain which controls the “visual, auditory, and touch sensory experience” that ...

Toys that develop creativity and intelligence

https://naturalnews.com/042901_childhood_development_play_toys_intelligence.html

This builds language skills as well as auditory discrimination. (Bonding is another added benefit to talking with a child, one which is highly underrated). ... All children learn and behave differently - kinesthetic (touch), auditory (hear), visual, olfactory (smell) and gustation (taste). "...

Omega-3s beat depression

https://naturalnews.com/027285_omega-3_fat_depression.html

. - Eat and Heal (Foods That Can Prevent or Cure Many Common Ailments) by the Editors of FC&A Medical Publishing The part of the brain that Omega-3 effects is the learning ability, anxiety/ depression, and auditory and visual perception. "...

Were the Batman murders a covert op?

https://naturalnews.com/036612_Batman_massacre_covert_op.html

Garrett supplies the public perception of these killers. Here are his off-the-shelf conclusions about James Holmes: "[Mass killers are] insecure, they start having, perhaps, dark thoughts that people are following them or that there are voices-auditory voices-that are directing them...some version of this happened to Mr. "...