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We're all creative but wasteful with our creativity.  Why not turn our daydreams into novels and other creative endeavors?Join in!  We can all encourage each other!  We can turn our daydreaming into something "adaptive" for a change.See More
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The Working memory and default brain networks

When most of us fall asleep, the brain network that involves attention to the outside world (the working memory network consisting primarily of the lateral frontal and parietal cortices) deactivates and our default brain network (medial prefrontal and posterior cingulate cortices) takes over. The discovery of the default brain network is important, as it involves various aspects of our self, such as our self-representations, dreams, imagination, current concerns, autobiographical memory and…See More
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The Working memory and default brain networks

Posted on February 7, 2017 at 11:27am 1 Comment

When most of us fall asleep, the brain network that involves attention to the outside world (the working memory network consisting primarily of the lateral frontal and parietal cortices) deactivates and our default brain network (medial prefrontal and posterior cingulate cortices) takes over. The discovery of the default brain network is important, as it involves various aspects of our self, such as our self-representations, dreams, imagination, current concerns, autobiographical memory and… Continue

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At 10:44pm on November 3, 2017, Kajol said…

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