Well hello beautiful!
I'd say I'm as "normal" as any college kid can be. I'm down to earth and pursue my interests with passion. Hopefully through you reading what I deem as "important" on here, you will either learn something new, or gain a new perspective on something.
Well hello beautiful!
Hey everyone, I’ll make this quick. Over the next year, I will be documenting life through the eyes of an overexcitable with seasonal affective disorder. If you’re interested at all please follow! Thing are slow now because summer is my happy time but hopefully I can make this process work and knock of an item on the bucket list…publish a book.
Reblogged from jhnmyr
New record this Summer… Not a Born and Raised “plus”… A new group of songs to bring the whole thing up to date with Summer 2013. I have that hunger that always precedes something meaningful. See you all soon. And thanks for the warm welcome back to the stage. Getting back on it a little at a time.
Reblogged from neurosciencestuff
Men are traditionally thought to have more problems in understanding women compared to understanding other men, though evidence supporting this assumption remains sparse. Recently, it has been shown, however, that meńs problems in recognizing women’s emotions could be linked to difficulties in extracting the relevant information from the eye region, which remain one of the richest sources of social information for the attribution of mental states to others. To determine possible differences in the neural correlates underlying emotion recognition from female, as compared to male eyes, a modified version of the Reading the Mind in the Eyes Test in combination with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) was applied to a sample of 22 participants. We found that men actually had twice as many problems in recognizing emotions from female as compared to male eyes, and that these problems were particularly associated with a lack of activation in limbic regions of the brain (including the hippocampus and the rostral anterior cingulate cortex). Moreover, men revealed heightened activation of the right amygdala to male stimuli regardless of condition (sex vs. emotion recognition). Thus, our findings highlight the function of the amygdala in the affective component of theory of mind (ToM) and in empathy, and provide further evidence that men are substantially less able to infer mental states expressed by women, which may be accompanied by sex-specific differences in amygdala activity.
I loathe that I can’t write when I’m happy.
What would a door handle’s life story be? If you could interview a door handle….would we learn anything about the way people act?