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Morlicantha
post Dec 08, 2017, 08:45 AM
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Hello all, im new to this forum
I have some questions that probably have to do with neuroscience:
as far as i understant there are some similarities of how the brain works with a computer.
For example the brain has RAM but instead is called working memory, and it does a similar job like
a computer's RAM. Of course a brain with a computer are not the same and I am not here to say the
opposite. My question is, is there any way that this working memory can overload somehow? Like a
computer RAM overloads with tasks, programms, ecc. is there any chance the brain to overload and
give to concious part a "warning" that it needs to "reboot" (my personal opinion is to sleep)? By warning
i believe a headache should be the answer.
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post Dec 09, 2017, 01:01 AM
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Hello Morlicantha! Welcome to this forum to join in the academic communications. I'm not a Professor, and hope I could provide some suggestive opinions.

1. In some way, the brain works like a computer, or a computer works like a brain. But not in all the aspects, though a computer could take the brain as model. As to your Q1 from your statement, the "woking memory" herein or "the primary memory storaging"in "the primary information processing" according to Ch hao by his theories, could overload in the processing efficiency and extent; as to the Q2, the neuro-signaling might or will take the functions. A headache or other not-well feeling might be a sign. However, the "reboot" is not just "to sleep" but also with interactional recognition involved.

2. I have published or posted three posters lately, and welcome your opinions and academic exchanges. The posters recently are 'The Theory of Human Brain Structure Formation and Function Layers', 'The Theory of Formation of Human Memory Subsystem' and 'The Subtheory of Human Memory To Intelligence Function'.

3. Experience is one way to show your interest and span for the research, which has no direct links with the innovation and best practices. In my opinion, the continuing ability-based performance with interest is the key and the related recognition is important. I thought the essence of the education was the life-long learning and improvements, in which the so-called formal and regular education should be changed into the intensive and flexible learning aiming for the ability-based performances. To be a real intelligence neuroscientist or cognitive neuroscientist, you might need specialized ability-based performance and fund-included web-platform instead of a doctoral degree or post-doctoral medical background, or some professional training certificates or qualifications. "Learning and improving oneself is a life-long course. To be earnest, degrees and diplomas or occupational certificates or qualifications, even the web courses are totally not necessary to the research, even in the future. Internet, specialized e-contents and the interest for the research, including the practicing and webforum, is necessary." from one poster in this forum.
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post Dec 09, 2017, 09:22 AM
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Thank you a lot haohao for your answer this actually helps me a lot understand.
The last sentence you quote is actually my opinion as well smile.gif
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post Dec 09, 2017, 09:00 PM
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Thank you a lot haohao for your answer this actually helps me a lot understand.
The last sentence you quote is actually my opinion as well smile.gif


Glad to hear it. Welcome to communicate more, by poster or via email as you like.
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