TOKYO UNIVERSITY HAVEV GROWN A WORKING MODEL OF A CEREBRAL TRACT IN THE LAB."
"An international research team led by The University of #tokyo modeled the growth of cerebral tracts. Using neurons derived from stem cells, they grew cortical-like spheroids. In a microdevice, the spheroids extended bundles of axons toward each other, forming a physical and electrical connection. Fascicles grew less efficiently when one spheroid was absent, and when a gene relevant to cerebral tract formation was knocked-down. The study further illuminates brain growth and developmental disorders.
It takes a lot of connections to create human intelligence. Brain function depends on contacts between multiple regions within the brain. To study how this connectivity is possible—and how it can go awry—international researchers led by The University of Tokyo have grown a working model of a cerebral tract in the lab."
Jorge Pineda: Maestro de #yoga, Terapia Psicobiològica, lnvestigador, creador metodos "Smart" .
Cantone e il caso Siri: "Bancarotta un reato grave ma per Salvini no"
"Il giudizio di specchiatezza ha anche un che di soggettivo. Per me uno che patteggia una bancarotta è colpevole di una bancarotta. Poi io ho le mie valutazioni ritenendo che la bancarotta sia un reato grave, evidentemente il ministro Salvini la pensa diversamente". Lo ha detto il presidente dell'Anticorruzione, Raffaele Cantone, in un'intervista su Radio Capital, commentando la vicenda di Armando Siri e il fatto che il ministro dell'Interno Salvini lo abbia definito "persona onesta e specchiata".
Articolo completo di @agenzia_ansa in bio
▶️HOW TO PERSUADE ANYONE | SUBCONSCIOUS TRIGGERS◀️ / From the book by Robert Cialdini .
✔1. Reciprocation.This principle suggests people will be nice if you are. If you do something first, by giving them something or doing something nice for them, it is more likely to come back to you. We are more likely to trust someone who trusts us. We share secrets with people who share secrets with us. .
✔2. Consistency. It’s easier to get people to comply with requests that they see as consistent with what they’ve already said (especially in your presence.) For example:If you ask people to state their priorities and goals and then align your proposals with that in mind you make it harder for people to say no. .
✔3. Social proof. People will more likely say yes when they see other people doing it too. You’re starving and have no idea “what’s good” in this restaurant. Luckily, there happens to be a section of the menu labelled “most popular dishes,” and that’s exactly what you’re likely to order. .
✔4. Liking. You prefer to comply with requests from people you like more than from people you don’t like. You also like people more if they like you. .
✔5. Authority. This relates to our tendency to be persuaded by authority figures, that is people who demonstrate knowledge, confidence, and credibility on the topic. We’re taught from a young age to listen to those in charge. .
✔6. Scarcity. We all want something other people don’t or can’t have. If you offer people something rare or scarce, they are more likely to want it. I just bought a book off amazon and interestingly on the page, they said “Only 2 left in stock.” That’s scarcity. I better order now, or I might have to wait. And I don’t know about you but I really don’t want to miss out.