- TBI Resource Guide
- Scanning for Brain Injuries
- Neurontin Misuse Compensation
- UCLA Neuroscience
- Medical Mysteries: Hacking the Brain
- Memory and Brain Injuries
- Memory Survey after Brain Injury
The brain the Changes Itself Norman Doidge incredible book
After head trauma, “computerized tomography (CT or CAT Scan), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), electroencephalogram (EEG), or routine neurological evaluations may be normal.”
Source: Definition of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Developed by the Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Committee of the Head Injury Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine. J Head Trauma Rehabil 1993:8(3):86-87
People who have lost the ability to interpret emotion after a severe brain injury can regain this vital social skill by being re-educated to read body language, facial expressions and voice tone in others, according to a new study (from Science Blog)
Neuro Neuro On the Wall: How do I change my brain?
The Platform: Anti-Aging Programs for the Brain
The Twitter: Pssst: Fluid Movement Rocks! (Indeed!)
The Big Idea: Movement changes the our brain and the brain changes our movement!
In this year of the brain, the term “neuro” has now entered the lexicon of leadership training, conflict resolution training, literacy training, the aesthetic education of musicians, visual artists and designers and as I have mentioned in this blog, the performance training of Olympic athletes. No longer curtailed to the hinterlands of scientific research or the once culturally detached province of brain-injury, the message of “neuro”, especially, “neuro-plasticity” is making its way through all dimensions of global urban life. from from SpaceSuit Yoga
Investigate: Mirror neuron system MNS-based therapies to treat emotional disorders related to autism, post-stroke with depression, and other mood irregularities associated with brain injuries.