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Intellectual Capability

The Intellectual Capability is a very broad area and difficult to come up with an instant definition for it. There are different aspects of intelligence and mere high IQ will not lead you to be a genius. It is the ability to take in information, make comparisons and recall from previous experience or recognize new […]

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Neurotransmitters Explained

Communication of information between the neurons is done by moving neurotransmitters through a small gap called as a synapse. Chemicals are first released to the synapse and then passed onto to the receptor of the receiver neuron. What Exactly are Neurotransmitters? They are the chemicals that transmit or send information from our brain to individual […]

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You and Your Mood

Mood relates to the state of feeling. It is very different from emotions, affects or feelings. It is usually less intensive and the cause of it originates from a particular event or occurrence. It also less intensive than individual personality and characteristics and tend to be short–lived. One is either in a good mood or […]

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Types of Intelligence

Whether you are reading a book upside down or witting an essay on brain function, all are measures of general intelligence, even though, they might be two different skills. Intelligence comprises of basic problem solving capability, manipulation of data and acquisition of language abilities. Studies have proven that intelligence can be measured by IQ levels, […]

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Glial Cells: Root of the Brain

Popularly called as Neuroglia and is said to charge the brain system by regulating our thought process. It also supports the neurons of the nervous system by tightly gluing them together and so is also called as Glia. Although many scientists refute this, they are still considered to be partners of neurons by physically supporting […]

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