William Lu
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Main areas of research:
sleep, working memory
memory, sleep, meditation, consciousness, quantum physics, spirituality
Current title/position:
Clinical psychology graduate student
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Parkinsonian emotion recognition impairment better accounted for by sleep deprivation

Posted on March 18, 2010 at 5:30pm 0 Comments

The New York Times recently covered a paper by Grey and Tickle-Degnen, published in the journal Neuropsychology, finding that people with… Continue

Earworms, lyrics, and tunes in the brain

Posted on March 16, 2010 at 12:56pm 2 Comments

Last time I left off quoting Lady GaGa's masterwork Poker Face. I continue to rag on it because I can't seem to escape it's repetitive and forced impingement on my vulnerable eardrums.… Continue

How looking away prevents pedestrian collisions

Posted on March 1, 2010 at 10:30am 0 Comments

One day a friend and I were briskly strolling along a mall corridor, engaged in conversation, until something quite hilarious happened. A burly gentleman was quickly approaching my friend's direct… Continue

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At 11:36am on May 5, 2010, Vemuri Ramesam said…

Nice to know that you are interested in Spirituality.

I request you to visit my Blog page when you have time , see the PPts, and some of the past posts (particularly my posts in June-July 2009 re: Neuronal correlates of a Jivanmukta). Jivanmukta is one whose individuating ego (self) has collapsed and he/she finds a Oneness (Non-duality). Non-duality is the ultimate solution from ancient India for alleviation of grief/sorrow/misery .

I invite you to comment/contribute/question.
Link to my Blog page: http://beyond-advaita.blogspot.com/

thanks and regards,
At 2:17pm on April 12, 2010, Janet Wise said…
Going over some of your previous comments, I see that you have ecclectic interests, indeed, like mine. As far as books go, the things that bother me about the most current books on neuroscience and quantum physics, is that they presume to marry the two and come to a conclusion without acknowledging the uniqueness and personhood of the individual. That is the problem with putting our focus upon the submicroscopic levels. We sometimes forget what the whole picture looks like--the one right in front of our nose. It is so much easier to see the world (pun intended) with our singular, myopic view, figure it out through our own lens, and get our views published in the name of "science." Not leaving out the facts; there are patterns of behavior and physiological occurrences that are consistent, which we can identify and begin to make hypotheses about. I am very excited, however, about the work with synaptic vibrations, and the associations of quantum mechanical behavior and free will. I read as many current papers as I can on it, and subscribe to a few journals online.
At 10:49pm on February 12, 2010, William Lu said…
Hi Veronica, what are these important reasons you speak of?
At 1:27pm on December 15, 2009, William Lu said…
Hi Asha,

I'm not exactly what the answer is for your question. Alzheimer'c can severely impair daily functioning in the brain. Perhaps having signs around the room pointing to where the bathroom is may help. Other than that, I'm not quite sure. Have you tried adult diapers?
At 5:01am on December 14, 2009, Asha Sahgal said…
I Asha Sahgal looks after my alzeihmers patient.husband. Can you guide me how his brain works to be toilet trained

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