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    1.Nemo and Marlin (Amphiprioninae ocellaris) Common name- Clown Fish The first thing you need to know about Clown Fish is that they are Bright orange with three distinctive white bars, as clown anemonefish are among the most recognizable of all kinds of reef-dwellers. 2. Dory (Paracanthurus hepatus) Common name- Regal Blue Tang Regal Blue tangs possess a convenient protective adaptation that helps keep them safe from predation. As the tail thrashes from side to side, the fish is capable of…

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    particularly the fructose in sugary drinks can potentially damage your brain. Researchers found that people who drink sugary beverages frequently often are more probable to have poorer memory, smaller brain size (volume), due to having a much smaller hippocampus, which is a part of the brain that is crucial for learning and memory. According to a follow-up study, it was found that people who drank diet soda daily were almost three times as likely to develop stroke and dementia when compared to…

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    already seen, seizures can be caused by different factors, but there are several common triggers, such as: flashing lights or lack of sleep. Temporal lobe epilepsy The temporal lobe epilepsy is often associated with memory disfunctions, because hippocampus is one of the most frequent epileptogenic areas. Approximetly 60 to 70 % of the adult epileptic patients are affected by temporal lobe epilepsy.…

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    and your judging centers. As stated by parentsempowered.com teens who drink under the age of 21 are more likley to develope brain damage when they are older, becasue there brians havent yet fully developed and it could cause permenant damage the hippocampus and the cerebral frontal cortex. This, proving the damage and the risks of underage drinking shows that we need to keep the drinking laws the same and show more teens what underage drinking does.Underage drinking causes damage to teens in…

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    the brain is doing little reasoning during a dream (Berman). Although this theory is based on physiology and not psychology, there are some emotional ties to dreaming. When the PGO waves are going off, there are neurons in the hippocampus and amygdala firing. The hippocampus and amygdala are part of the body’s limbic system which deals with memories, emotions, and motivations. Since the neurons are active in both of these structures, all of these things affect dreams. Ultimately, dreams could…

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    PTSD And Mental Health

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    Zhang et al (2014) conducted research into the relationship of the hippocampus and the amygdala in coal miners suffering from PTSD after surviving a gas explosion, Zhang took MRI scans of miners and a control group and found those with PTSD had significantly decreased grey matter volume in the hippocampus and amygdala, and concluded that the decrease in volume may be associated with dysfunctional emotional memory…

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    The hippocampus directly stores memories we have and make, the amygdala processes emotional stimuli to various outside scenarios, and the ACC regulates amygdala activity (Sharot 33, 37, 89, 103). All of these are said to affect how accurate and detailed our memories…

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    A Scientific Analysis on Concussions in American Football in Regards to Helmets and Gameplay Regulations Introduction A concussion is medically defined as “ a traumatic injury to soft tissue, most commonly to the brain, as a result of a violent blow, shaking, or spinning” (Concussion). Concussions that involve the cranial cavity pose the threat of immediate damage as well as permanent and degenerative effects that contribute to the loss of natural cognition, equilibrium, and…

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    The thalamus sends this information to the sensory cortex, where it is interpreted for meaning. The sensory cortex determines that there is more than one possible interpretation of the data and passes it along to the hippocampus to establish a clear picture from stored memory. The prefrontal cortex, or “thinking” areas of the brain, then considers this new information and asks itself, “Have I ever experienced this before? What is the best thing to do? What might the consequences…

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    It seems as though humans have always been fascinated with how the brain works and how well we are able to process information and for good reason too. Higher intelligence has been found to be associated with greater success in both academia and work, and may even have links to health and longevity. One particular area of interest within this subject is the heritability of intelligence. This is essentially an estimation of how much genetic variance can account for the variations of cognition…

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