Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging

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Traders That Make Money Get Brain Warning Signal to Sell in Price Bubble

Traders that make money have a brain area that becomes active during the peaking phase of a price bubble that tells them to sell, according to a recent study reported in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The area of the brain is called ... [Published The Guardian Express - 14 hours ago]
First reported 7 hours ago - Updated 7 hours ago - 1 reports

Dissociable Genetic Contributions to Error Processing: A Multimodal Neuroimaging Study

by Yigal Agam, Mark Vangel, Joshua L. Roffman, Patience J. Gallagher, Jonathan Chaponis, Stephen Haddad, Donald C. Goff, Jennifer L. Greenberg, Sabine Wilhelm, Jordan W. Smoller, Dara S. ManoachBackgroundNeuroimaging studies reliably identify two markers ... [Published Plosone.org - 7 hours ago]
First reported 16 hours ago - Updated 11 hours ago - 3 reports

Working to loosen the grip of severe mental illness

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 10-Jul-2014A neuroscientist at Rutgers University-Newark says the human brain operates much the same whether active or at rest – a finding that could provide a better understanding of schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and other serious ... [Published EurekAlert! - 11 hours ago]
First reported 16 hours ago - Updated 16 hours ago - 1 reports

Award-winning neuroscientist named first Western research chair

One of Canada’s most innovative neuroscientists is coming to Western University to further her research into understanding human behaviour through speech, language and hearing.Ingrid Johnsrude has been named a Western Research Chair, the first of its ... [Published My Kawartha - 16 hours ago]
First reported Jul 09 2014 - Updated Jul 09 2014 - 1 reports

Functional Network Mirrored in the Prefrontal Cortex, Caudate Nucleus, and Thalamus: High-Resolution Functional Imaging and Structural Connectivity

, Alfred Anwander , and Angela D. Friederici Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Department of Neuropsychology, Leipzig, 04103, Leipzig, GermanyAuthor contributions: H.-A.J. and A.D.F. designed research; H.-A.J. performed research; ... [Published Journal of Neuroscience - Jul 09 2014]
First reported Jul 09 2014 - Updated Jul 09 2014 - 4 reports

Medical News Today: Bipolar disorder: brain scans show excitable pleasure response

Ratings require JavaScript to be enabled.In an experiment that had people with bipolar disorder playing roulette, brain scans revealed that the 'reward centers' of their brains were activated more than those of people without the psychiatric disorder ... [Published Bayou Buzz - Jul 09 2014]
First reported Jul 09 2014 - Updated Jul 09 2014 - 1 reports

On the convergence of neuroscience and electronic engineering

To understand the brain you need electronic engineers too (The Conversation): “Electronic engineers are emerging as important contributors to understanding of the workings of the human brain. There is a rapidly growing intersection between electronic ... [Published SharpBrains - Jul 09 2014]
First reported Jul 09 2014 - Updated Jul 09 2014 - 2 reports

The Difference Between A Good And A Bad Trader: What Brain Imaging Reveals

The age old question: what is the difference between a good trader and a bad trader... aside from the P&L at the end of the day of course.While luck has always been a major component of the equation, figuring out just what makes one trader successful, ... [Published Zero Hedge - Jul 09 2014]
First reported Jul 09 2014 - Updated Jul 09 2014 - 1 reports

Buzz associated with bipolar 'a double-edged sword'

Scientists investigating bipolar disorder invited participants to make safe or risky gambles as they spun the wheel in a game of roulette.Brain activity was measured using a functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) scan that monitors blood flow in ... [Published itv.com - Jul 09 2014]
First reported Jul 07 2014 - Updated Jul 08 2014 - 5 reports

Your brain may not be wired to play stocks

By | IANS India Private Limited/Yahoo India News  –New York, July 8 (IANS) Do not curse yourself if you have not made moolah in the stock market so far. Your brain is just not wired to predict market bubbles.Scientists at the Virginia Tech Carilion Research ... [Published Yahoo! India - Jul 08 2014]
First reported Jul 07 2014 - Updated Jul 07 2014 - 3 reports

They Discovered Something About The Brains Of Great Investors That Makes Them So Much Better Than You

The researchers looked at the brain activity and behavior of people trading in experimental markets where price bubbles formed, using an fMRI scanner to track responses. They found that only "wise" traders received an early "warning signal" from their ... [Published Austin American Statesman - Jul 07 2014]
First reported Jul 05 2014 - Updated Jul 06 2014 - 2 reports

Psychedelic Brain State Shown to Be Similar to Dream State

The psychedelic brain state produced by psilocybin was studied using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and was found to be similar to the brain state while dreaming. Psilocybin is the substance in “magic mushrooms” that causes psychedelic experiences. The ... [Published The Guardian Express - Jul 06 2014]

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..."I would be careful with the word addiction," she told eLife. "Addiction to a substance requires that in the absence of consumption of that substance, there are withdrawal syndromes, which can come in the form of pain or anxiety. Withdrawal from sugar, to my knowledge, does not create any of this." Unlike other types of addiction, there does not appear to be a tolerance effect with sugar, where animals require increasing amounts to achieve the same...
"Many patients believe that weather impacts their pain symptoms. However, there are few robust studies investigating weather and pain, specifically research that does not rely on patient recall of the weather."
...will be current and shown over an extended period of time for underwriters to make better decisions," says Jeff Root from Rootfin Life Insurance. "Maybe insurance providers can even market lower rates directly to clients based on … milestones achieved through the wearable device."
...confident that what we see is there all the time," says Cole, who feared that his team might find that the brain reorganizes itself for every task. "If that had been the case, we would have had less hope that we could understand mental illness in our lifetime."

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The age old question: what is the difference between a good trader and a bad trader... aside from the P&L at the end of the day of course. While luck has always been a major component of the equation, figuring out just what makes one trader successful, ...
They Discovered Something In The Brains Of Grea... [Published Clusterstock - Jul 07 2014]
Warren Buffett once suggested that investors should try to "be fearful when others are greedy and be greedy only when others are fearful." But according to a new study by Caltech and Virginia Tech behavioral economists, only certain people's ...
The "Never Say No" Economy [Published Zero Hedge - Jun 25 2014]
"No" is not a word one hears very often in the new normal centrally-planned, no consequence world in which the world increasingly finds itself. As ConvergEx's Nick Colas notes, there is good reason not to scare people off as the power of the word “No” ...
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