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Offline mcombes

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Brain science question
« on: 27/11/2003 11:50:54 »
Hi, maybe someone can help me and my... hum... defective memory.

I can't remember the name of a particular study of the brain (or science) that involves equations, i guess, to trace back its evolution... i think it explains how the brain is derived from a simple evolutionary equation or formula (among a choice of 4).
I remember reading an article about this a couple years ago and couldn't find any info at all on the web at that time.

Maybe someone knows or heard about that?

TIA,

-marc


 

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Re: Brain science question
« Reply #1 on: 28/12/2003 07:08:45 »
hi

most people have problem remembering the complicated names.
just concentrate on the study.

write a phrase or poem easy to remember the name.

i think it will work. if you have any problem contact me.

hi iam a student of geology and currently doing my post graduate degree in remotesensing
 

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Re: Brain science question
« Reply #2 on: 29/12/2003 02:02:57 »
Hi Nandakumar, welcome to the forum.  Can you tell us more about remote sensing?
 

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Re: Brain science question
« Reply #3 on: 08/01/2004 05:33:48 »
i would make a mental picture you think is similar
to this, and with an image of the differences to form one image,
or split it into parts you can picture and do the same as above.

think you'll find it works quite well :),
if i've managed to describe it well that is :)

ebz
« Last Edit: 08/01/2004 05:35:31 by ebzZzZ »
 

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