This blog reports new ideas and work on mind, brain, and behavior - as well as random curious stuff
MINDBLOG WEB LECTURES:
Can we really change our aging? - 15 min lecture to senior group, Nov., 2015
“Upstairs/Downstairs in our Brain - What's running our show? - Univ. Wisc. Chaos Seminar Series, Sept. 9, 2014
Making our Brains Younger - 15 min lecture to senior group, Feb., 2014
“Are you holding your breath?” - Structures of arousal and calm - Univ. Wisc. Chaos Seminar Series, May 8, 2012
Making Minds - Evolving and Constructing the "I" Univ. Wisc. Evolution Seminar Series, April 28, 2011
Istanbul Cognitive Neuroscience meeting lecture, May, 2010: Who wants to know? - The Nature of our Subjective "I"
INTRODUCTORY WEB LECTURES:
The Beast Within
MindStuff: A guide for the the curious user
Mindstuff - Bonbons for the curious user
MindStuff: a user's guide
if one examines for each infant the stimulus (lullaby )inducing sleep the fastest, 42% fell asleep faster with the lullaby, 33% with the corresponding music and only 25 % in the silent condition. In conclusion, if adults recognize well the lullabies, as previously shown, and consider that lullabies have a real soothing effect on infants, we could suppose that the real effect on infants is provoked by the musical environment by itself, be it a lullaby or another kind of corresponding music.