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> Behaviours May Reshape our Cognition in Neuro-level Starting from the Perception, Webpaper by non-fellow ^_^
haohao
post Mar 30, 2016, 12:03 AM
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Though this research may not fulfill the requirements of the PNSA, it's still welcome opinions from anyone who is in.

Generally, we believe that our thinking patterns have an effect on our actions, and that our movements in life could change our opinions and then our ways of thinking. But actually, any our behaviour may reshape our brain working style. One example is the when we know a dish made by one different flavour or way of cooling. In the course of eating the dish, we may have a new feel for the material of the dish and couldn’t help thinking the Another example comes from the way we received information such as from one newspaper, the place of the article we think interesting or feel important will automatically and unconsciously guide our reading next time.
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post May 23, 2016, 08:31 AM
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Actually, I've found its the other way around. If you notice, the only way we interact with other people is through physical stimuli.

Talking, seeing other people and what they do, whether they rub their nose or scratch their head when talking to you.

Basically, it's how we behave that alters our thinking. How fast we decide to eat, how quickly we pace or walk. All the physical behaviors and characteristics shape how we think. Slow someone down, their thinking has to slow down to cope with all the external stimuli.

It's a very sorrowing prospect when it comes to trying to control people (which is most likely what this research is leading up to), so throwing a few people in the bunch who are always in a hurry will rub off on those who are not, as a means to produce a generation that will work quicker, think less, ask less questions.

Always be in control of yourself. And remember to first ask yourself how you feel about something, whether it's right, and what you want to happen. If you do not have time to ask yourself these questions no matter what situation you find yourself in because the other person is hurrying you up, you do not belong there and don't give them your precious time. They could not AFFORD it.

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post May 23, 2016, 10:25 AM
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Thank you for your opinions.

Firstly, I thought you might ignore that the thinking patterns are decided by the physical property of the brains, such as the constructure of the brains, neuro-connections, and neuro-signal transmission qualities. One example is that people with bigger eyes generally have more perceptional abilities for visual information. It’s different from the opinion that our behaviours effect our way of thinking.

Secondly, for the academical purpose, mind controlling is possible for the individual even with a strong social context effects. Individual psychology, such as private psychological hint, may play a deep role in our thinking system, and there's a psychological limit for anyone, which might be due to our cognitive function of our brains and might be named dumbbell theory for its distributional property. However, the validity of the mind controlling is affected by our mind, including our logical thinking and life principles. Based on my web poster “The Core of the Human Cognition System”, the human brain is doing the contrast now and then with the involvement of the psychological effects, so if our mind have a strong inertia, it’s very hard to be mind-controlled.

Thirdly, the way of interactions among people should be accurately stated that it is through the system of our brain-involved reaction. One example is the reading process. When you is reading a web poster by other people, you contact word signals with your own eyes directly. Of course, it's a physical-based multi-level stimulation process.
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post May 23, 2016, 12:53 PM
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How do you recommend one builds strong inertia?

I've heard of the concept, also momentum in your thinking or in the zone, but mostly when people go to sleep and wake up, any build up of inertia seems to be gone.
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post May 23, 2016, 03:16 PM
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The "inertia" I have referred above is different from the "momentum" you mentioned, and it means the foundation of the brain information process such as" logical thinking and life principles" due to "the human brain is doing the contrast now and then with the involvement of the psychological effects", while the "momentum"you thought may be associated with the effect of the last brain thinking process.

In addition, even when one falls asleep and forget everything after it, one still may reserve the "inertia" I have indicated.
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post Nov 11, 2016, 05:19 AM
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Yea but if you change the fluid pressures this whole process collapses down to simple momentary impulses from deeper consciousness.
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