Já ouviu aquela história de que cabelo branco muito cedo é por conta do estresse? Estudo publicado pela Harvard University revela uma ligação entre o sistema nervoso e as células-tronco que regeneram pigmentos nos folículos capilares. Leer Más




The Stunning Beauty of Islamic Geometric Patterns

Creative people always want to find something interesting that would challenge them and interests them in life. If they happen to find their interest in art, it translates not only into art, but it also serves a higher purpose in connecting the viewer to consciousness. When there is a need to describe the idea or the logic behind an art form, we almost always need help from geometry.

Humans are capable of looking at the world in different ways. People with different training have different perspectives, and they look at the world in many different ways. The painter looks at the world in a certain way, the poet looks at in a different way, the novelist looks at it in another way. For instance, Picasso looked at the world and saw things in ways we could not. He looked at the world and then abstracted it, very much like a mathematician.

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Eid, Hajj & the 10th century Priest who wrote the only known health guide for pilgrims to Mecc

Qusta Ibn Luqa (820–912), a Christian Priest, discussed the best regime for his fellow Muslim travellers to the Hajj and the diseases which may befall them and their treatment. His work demonstrated knowledge of the works of ancient physicians and fatigue, earache, diseases of the bronchial tubes and those caused by dust. He recommended remedies, compound drugs, bathing and massage. He then discusses criteria to determine the quality of water, means to improve bad water, and means to quench one’s thirst.

Read More: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qusta_ibn_Luqa

Images of the Hajj: (Main image, a manuscript commissioned by Iskandar Sultan, grandson of Tamerlane, and ruler of the province of Fars in south-west Iran 1409 –1414). (Others images from the manuscript of Maqamat al-Hariri, Abu Zayd 1237, Iraq).





A emoção tem uma influência substancial nos processos cognitivos

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A emoção tem uma influência substancial nos processos cognitivos, incluindo percepção, atenção, aprendizado, memória, raciocínio e solução de problemas. A emoção tem uma influência particularmente forte na atenção, especialmente modulando sua seletividade, bem como motivando a ação e o comportamento. Esse controle atencional e executivo está intimamente ligado aos processos de aprendizagem, uma vez que as capacidades atencionais intrinsecamente limitadas estão mais focadas nas informações relevantes. A emoção também facilita a codificação e ajuda a recuperar as informações com eficiência.

La emoción tiene una influencia sustancial en los procesos cognitivos, incluyendo percepción, atención, aprendizaje, memoria, razonamiento y solución de problemas. La emoción tiene una influencia especialmente fuerte en la atención, especialmente modulando su selectividad, así como motivando la acción y el comportamiento. Este control atencional y ejecutivo está estrechamente vinculado a los procesos de aprendizaje, ya que las capacidades atencionais intrínsecamente limitadas están más enfocadas en la información pertinente. La emoción también facilita la codificación y ayuda a recuperar la información con eficiencia.

Referência: Tyng, C. M., Amin, H. U., Saad, M., & Malik, A. S. (2017). The Influences of Emotion on Learning and Memory. Frontiers in psychology, 8, 1454. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2017.01454 (imagem adaptada de magic pictures/Shutterstock)