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BrokenBrilliant replied to BrokenBrilliant's discussion Would like to hear your thoughts on this in the group Neuropsychology
"Yes, having some objective, logistical understanding of the underlying mechanisms can be tremendously freeing. It just helps so much."
Jul 14, 2010
libramoon replied to BrokenBrilliant's discussion Would like to hear your thoughts on this in the group Neuropsychology
"It makes sense. It is even better if it helps you to get the imperative stuff done without beating yourself up or otherwise denigrating your experience."
Jul 14, 2010
BrokenBrilliant added a discussion to the group Neuropsychology
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Would like to hear your thoughts on this

Greetings all -I've done a whole lot of thinking and a bit of writing about the connections between tonic arousal and procrastination.I'd value your opinion on this: http://brokenbrilliant.wordpress.com/2010/07/05/the-biochemistry-of-beginning/CheersBBSee More
Jul 14, 2010
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Neuropsychology

A group dedicated to neuropsychology/cognitive neuroscience tackling the neural underpinnings of higher cognitive functions as well as its clinical application.Image: http://www.tcneuropsychology.com/Brain_Picture.jpg See More
Jul 14, 2010
BrokenBrilliant replied to Dr.Nagesh C Shanbhag's discussion Stimulating neuroregeneration as a therapeutic drug approach for traumatic brain injury in the group CNS Regeneration
"Should therapeutics include pharma only? Or should other approaches also be considered? Pharma implies you'll need insurance coverage, which can be difficult enough to navigate w/ TBI. Based on what I've seen and experienced, the benefits…"
Apr 25, 2010
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CNS Regeneration

Contrary to previously held beliefs about the static nature of the adult brain, it is capable of generating new neurons that are capable of integrating into the complex circuitry.
Apr 25, 2010
BrokenBrilliant is now a member of The NeuroNetwork
Aug 15, 2009

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Main areas of research:
Concussion, Mild Traumatic Brain Injury, PTSD, Trauma
Interests/keywords:
tbi, mtbi, ptsd, trauma, brain injury, head injury, traumatic brain injury, mild traumatic brain injury
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Blogger
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http://brokenbrilliant.wordpress.com
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Broken Brain - Brilliant Mind blog - 51,265+ readers, to date

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