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Findings Friday: Using your brain to become Arnold Schwarzenegger
Ok, so maybe you won't necessarily become a professional bodybuilder just by using your thoughts, but new research suggests that regular mental imagery can help muscles sustain strength when immobilized for several weeks. The article, entitled The power of the mind: the cortex as a critical determinant of muscle strength/weakness, was published in the Journal … Continue reading Findings Friday: Using your brain to become Arnold Schwarzenegger
Neuroscientist to Software Engineer
I found this blog, and thought it was very enlightening. And I have to agree with the list in many respects.I myself have trained/am training as a neuroscientist, but I have found myself recently gravitating towards the idea of picking up software engineering. I think it would enhance my research (the whole cognitive/behavioral applied to … Continue reading Neuroscientist to Software Engineer