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How can Neurofilament light concentrations help in Diagnosis?
Overview In May 2022, I attended a conference in Syndey, Australia. The conference was targeted mainly for psychiatrists and neuropsychiatrists. I was able to attend this lovely conference through my company called Monarch Mental Health Group. On the first day, the conference kicked off by an invited keynote speaker. This speaker was a psychiatrist, and…
Execessive Neural Noise in Developmental Dyslexia?
Overview Developmental dyslexia (reading disabilities/disorders, or decoding-based reading disorder) is a neurodevelopmental disorder with multiple potential underlying genetic, neural, and cognitive factors.Past models have not been very successful at integrating key neural and behavioural features of dyslexia with common neural processes, until Hancock et al. (2017) proposed their dyslexia model. Dyslexia risk genes indicate two…
Debunking Popular Neuromyths: Do You Use Your Entire Brain?
It is the summer of 2014 on Earth’s Northern hemisphere and the movie Lucy is hitting theatres. The official promotional posters and movie trailers contain the tagline “The average person uses 10% of their brain capacity. Imagine what she could do with 100%.” Lucy becomes the second most successful debut for a French action film,…