Tag Archives: brain science

Why Ask?

Because chances are, we don’t know as much as we think we know – about ourselves and others, about the world at large, and especially about communicating collaboratively with other species. This not-knowing makes Bugs want to holler. Readers of … Continue reading

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Learning, Cats, Bedbugs, Cilantro. Connected, Really.

“Neuroplasticity” is an umbrella term for the revolutionary discovery that the brain has, in the words of psychiatrist Norman Doidge, “the ability to change its own structure and learn to replace lost functions.”  The brain is resilient, in other words. … Continue reading

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Left-Brain Right-Brain Boogaloo

Bugs is amazed to hear that humans may actually understand something important after all.  Fang is, like, whatever. (Bean’s grandmother never had any doubts on that score.) Devote eleven minutes to this wonderfully fun and informative video, about what left-brain-right-brain … Continue reading

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Bugs and Bean Take It Up A Notch

Writing on Father’s Day, I dedicate this post to my essentially kind departed father.  Zichrono l’bracha. It’s been too long without a picture of His Highness, so let me get that done next. This was shot back in the day … Continue reading

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