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For everyone intersted in Neuroscience, cogntive science and evolution and its relationship with the solutions focus

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Latest Activity: Nov 22, 2018

Welcome to the brainy group on solworld-ning

Interested in brains, neuroscience, evolution and what science can bring to SF and what SF can bring to neuroscience? You come to the right place. Already there is lots of things I've found that are relevant for SF. How about: future memory, mirror neurons, the relationship between emotions and thinking/behavior, how stress makes us not think in terms of possibilities and future, how stress makes our brain scan for problems... the list goes on.

If you are as curious as me.... this is the place

Michael

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A happy brain performs better

Worth a listen: http://blogs.hbr.org/ideacast/2010/11/why-a-happy-brain-performs-bet.html Of note: spending a…Continue

Started by Todd Montgomery Jan 10, 2011.

25marks of innovative brainpower at work

A friend Ellen Weber co-facilitated a leadership group I am consulting.She shared this Hand Out - of 25 Marks of Innovative BrainPower at work...I felt it applies our SF brains...group.Hope you enjoy…Continue

Started by michael cardus Nov 5, 2010.

The WOW of science 1: Tim Wilson on the Pleasures of Uncertainty

Hi allI haven't been around for a while, having been involved in a lot "construction work" on SF, trying to renovate my version of it. (or re-innovate, perhaps is a better word, since I think that SF…Continue

Tags: curiosity, confusion, brain, positive, psychology

Started by Michael Hjerth Aug 26, 2009.

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Comment by Alan Kay on June 18, 2008 at 1:43
Michael, you might have seem this one before.
Jill Bolte Taylor: My stroke of insight...

It illustrates dramatically the two sides of the brain and a how SF might work in both. Lots of other videos on the brain on TED. Alan.
Comment by Michael Hjerth on June 10, 2008 at 11:37
Jenny, wow, sounds like woodstock for egg-heads
Comment by Jenny Clarke on June 9, 2008 at 9:58
Oops Typos! For brian read brain!
Comment by Jenny Clarke on June 9, 2008 at 9:56
Hi Michael and all
And thanks for setting up the group. For the last 5 days, Cheltenham (where I live) has been holding its nnual Science Festival. This has been a great treat with a galaxy of stars of the scientific community, including neuroscientists, cosmologists, Darwinists, psychologists (2 gigs with Steven Pinker yesterday), Artificial Intelligence experts .... My mind (brian? mouth?) is still buzzing.

Jenny
Comment by Paolo Terni on June 8, 2008 at 14:34
Thanks for the invitation, Michael!!
... and thanks for creating this group!!
Paolo
Comment by Klaus Schenck on June 8, 2008 at 14:28
Thanks for the invitation, Michael! Reminds me of my special connection to nerves and brains: In fact, I wrote my (biology) diploma thesis about some aspect of pattern formation and developmental neurobiology (to be more specific: about a growth factor called "Hydra head acivator" - isn't that a promising name? ...;-)

Unfortunately, since then that quote from that postcard mostly applies: "Nothing right in my left brain, nothing left in my right brain" ...

Cheers anyway,

Klaus
Comment by Coert Visser on June 8, 2008 at 13:27
Comment by Coert Visser just now
Delete Comment Hi Michael and other members,

Thanks for opening this group. I have used the invitation to join as a perfect excuse to write a blog about a topic which currently fascinates me: Brain plasticity - the impact of consciously focusing our attention...
Of course I'd be interested in your thoughts on what this means for SF practice.
Comment by caroline Klingenstierna on June 7, 2008 at 23:14
My son (5 years old) this morning asked me to look for some money he had misplaced. I asked him "but did you really have 3 gold coins?". He answered "Mommy just help me look for the things I want to find"
So, another lesson learned - don´t look for the thing you lost. look for the things you want to find. ;-)
(I also loved the video michael )
best regards/Caroline
 

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