Brain Awareness Week 2017: I’m A Brain! #brainweek
I was thinking: how in the world can I start off Brain Awareness Week? My mind was riddled at its core with components of ideas; the conceptual dreamscapes of possibilities.
Would you believe, at one moment, during the BrainStorming process, I could see and feel and even taste neurons & synapses firing and transmitting? I could feel the creative process working its way from my mind’s eye, right into my hand as I drew the Mental health Humor series cartoon BrainStorming.
After all, the brain cells signal and transmit information in my neuro network, I was able to draw my first sentient, body-less brain. Yes! An aware brain for Brain Awareness Week.
Yes! An aware BrainStorming cartoon brain for Brain Awareness Week…Awesomeness!
Let’s make that awareness go a few steps more, check out these brain posts here at Psych Central:
Bilingual brains are more efficient and economical with cognitive resources than their monolingual counterparts, which may help stave off …
Brain Imaging: A Technological Breakthrough in the Assessment of Pain
Brain Imaging: A Technological Breakthrough in the Assessment of Pain. By Milan Stojanovic ~ 1 min read. In the early nineteenth century, physicians treating …
Brain cells communicate with one another by passing chemical messengers at functional contacts called synapses. Neurobiological studies have demonstrated that synapses play an important role in learning, memory, aging, stress and addiction. ~The Synapse—A Primer by Kayt Sukel http://www.dana.org/News/Details.aspx?id=43512
Brain Awareness Week 2017 March 13-19 #brainweek
— The Dana Foundation (@dana_fdn) March 13, 2017
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Stewart, C. (2017). Brain Awareness Week 2017: I’m A Brain! #brainweek. Psych Central. Retrieved on October 19, 2017, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/humor/2017/03/brainawarenessweek01/