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Creative excellence, censorship and frontal lobes by Douglas E. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Tue 22 Dec 2009 10:33pm Does it enhance creativity to be concerned with what other people think? In his post Creativity and richness of brain concepts, professor of neuroesthetics Semir Zeki argues that “one of the dangers that limits creativity is self-censorship. “Any creative person, whether in art or literature or music or theatre, who censors what th ... Read on »
HURRY UP Frontal Lobes! by maeflye Posted Wed 10 Aug 2011 12:37pm I really need to remember that the frontal lobe of the brain does not fully develop until age 25. When we were in Denver we attended a seminar and the presenter asked, "How many of you have a kid between the ages of 15 and 17? She was pointing out what a difficult age that is. And we have FIVE that age. AAAAAAH. I cannot understand why ... Read on »
Frontal lobe metastases cause Phinaes Gage syndrome by Dr. Brian M. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 11:31pm I got this email from my esteemed colleague and friend, Dr. Gerald Colvin: "Hi Brian, Here is an addition to your blog from your esteemed colleague and friend. This patient has metastatic non-small cell lung carcinoma and presented to us with mental status changes. He was found to have bilateral frontal lobe tumors causing significan ... Read on »
Study shows Lumosity training increases frontal lobe function by Michael S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 22 Dec 2010 8:25pm Stanford professor Dr. Shelli Kesler and colleagues recently published a study in the journal  Brain Injury demonstrating improvements in cognition following Lumosity training in childhood cancer survivors. Twenty-three pediatric cancer survivors completed 40 sessions of Lumosity training. Participants showed significantly increased ... Read on »
Quote - Testing Of The Frontal Lobes by Jeremiah D. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Mon 16 Nov 2009 12:00am "Every clinical assessment of behavior requires a careful review of frontal lobe functions.  Nonetheless, several challenges face behavioral neurologists and neuropsychologists in their clinical attempts to assess the frontal lobes.  Whereas an assessment of sensorimotor systems is guided by a relatively well understood pattern of br ... Read on »
Exhaustion syndrome blunts cognition, frontal lobe activity by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 02 Dec 2010 12:00am Exhaustion syndrome, also called burnout and exhaustion depression, leaves objectively measurable changes in the brain – including reduced activity in the frontal lobes and altered regulation of the stress hormone cortisol. This is shown in a n ... Read on »
Kundalini Yoga For Expansion: Breathwork To Tune Up The Frontal Lobe by SharStarr Posted Mon 16 Sep 2013 10:07pm Sat nam dear yogis! Want to learn how to strengthen your commitment to your higher self? Watch this video to find out how! In this video, I teaches a simple breath technique that partners arm angles and breath of fire to tune up the frontal lobe. Quality Note: Even though the microphone didn’t work properly and the video stopped due ... Read on »
Microcystic meningioma in the frontal lobe of a 57-year-old female by Dr. Brian M. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Wed 26 Sep 2012 12:16pm When confronted by giant, pleomorphic nuclei among rather non-meningothelial cells, as depicted below, the neuropathologist given a specimen purported to be a benign meningioma might hesitate before agreeing with the neuroradiologist's and neurosurgeon's presumptive diagnosis. But in this case, a rather small meningotheliomatous component wa ... Read on »
The up-side of frontal lobe damage by Broken Brilliant Patient Expert Posted Sat 18 May 2013 7:45am Apparently, frontal lobe damage affects how we process “negative” information – Pollyanna Had Brain Damage! Study Claims Faulty Brain Wiring Sparks Unrealistic Optimism You might be a “glass half empty” person or a “glass half full” person, but if you’re a “glass is half full even if it’s empty” person, your brain may be a tad off kilter. ... Read on »
Exercise that Frontal Lobe! by Alexandra H. Patient Expert Posted Fri 20 Jun 2008 6:06pm Pick up any health magazine, and the main issue of concern seems to be, “Getting Those Abs!” or “Losing Weight in Two Days!” But if you’ve had it already with focusing on whatchya got on the outside, then here is something new to consider: Doctors say your brain needs a bit of a fitness shape-up every once in a while, too. And, according t ... Read on »