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The Psychology of Music: excelente infografía con información muy completa sobre los efectos y beneficios de la música en el cerebro y en el desarrollo de los niños. #EducaciónMusical #BeneficiosMúsica #MúsicayCerebro

The Psychology of Music: excelente infografía con información muy completa sobre los efectos y beneficios de la música en el cerebro y en el desarrollo de los niños. #EducaciónMusical #BeneficiosMúsica #MúsicayCerebro

I have read that certain hertz of sound can cause auditory & visual hallucinations, makes me wonder if there is a link between this & 'damaged' brain cells in people w/ schizophrenia, since I've also read that blindness is in the mind/ neural pathways not the eyes...maybe a functioning MRI on a schizophrenic during an episode would reveal something

The Best Psychology and Self Improvement Articles of 2016: www.theemotionmachine.com/the-best-psychology-and-self-improvement-articles-of-2016/

when we're truly in a state of gratitude, it's tough to be depressed ... it truly is. for our own health and sake, let us practice gratitude throughout each day.

Addiction Fact: Drugs don't get you high directly - brain chemicals do. It’s the way drugs interact with chemicals that are already in your brain called neurotransmitters that cause feelings of euphoria and a general state of being “high.” But as it turns out, it’s the brain’s way of fighting off these effects that eventually causes severe neurological addictions.

My First Speech in Public Speaking 205: a subject that’s really important to me.

EVERYONE should read this! If you don't struggle with it personally; you most likely have a friend or relative that does!

Dan Siegel is one of the global innovators in the integration of brain science with psychotherapy. He offers a guide to the practice of “mindsight,” based in mindfulness, which provides emotional and social intelligence. From anxiety to depression and feelings of shame and inadequacy, from mood swings to addictions, OCD, and traumatic memories, most of us have a mental “trap” that causes recurring conflict in our lives & relationships. Through "mindsight" we can learn to escape these traps.