A great culture change movement and a rigorously researched, whole new paradigm in understanding cognitive and behavioral disorder together offer a potent, dramatic new approach to addressing elder care and both the prevention of and recovery from cognitive decline, de...

Cognitive Neuroeducation (CNE) is a rigorously researched cutting-edge neuroscience-informed, human-values-oriented modality for the prevention of and recovery from cognitive and behavioral disorder. Through an enriched environment and interaction within a cohesive gro...

As hundreds of so-called “psychotherapies” have been foisted onto the public, all claiming to treat “mental illness,” newer understandings of how the human brain actually works and the processes which drive the formations of mentation that we refer to as “the mind,” de...

February 14, 2018

In understanding the basis of Cognitive Neuroeducation (CNE), a new paradigm in the goal of full recovery from cognitive and behavioral disorder, a review of its antecedents is important. CNE evolved from the revolutionary breakthrough modality of Cognitive Enhancement...

The propensity in research in the last 20 years, especially in cognitive science and cognitive neuroscience, has been to design a study with no attempt to operationalize terminology, so that it is impossible to replicate the study since there is no definitive expected...

Although there have been many advances in various fields of academia and science, in some ways there have also been a number of significant regressions, which I believe may be attributed to the stubborn clinging to the academic tradition of compartmentalizing "knowledg...

When we are confronted with a question such as "how do you feel about this situation?" we are often confused when we find that it is difficult to respond with a definitive answer. And though many of us are disturbed by the inability to answer such questions with clarit...

A presentation delivered September 27 to the 2015 NeuroELT Brain Days International Conference, Kyoto, Japan. This presentation introduces Cognitive Neuroeducation (CNE), a new learning-based, noninvasive, nonpharmacological modality for intervention in cognitive and b...

To understand oneself as both a human being and unique individual is to recognize oneself as no more and no less than a child of nature connected with others through the bounds of the prevailing social norms of the overarching society in which one resides. One must dis...

The paradoxes of life experienced in a dance -- the power of the evocation of art. The rhythms, excitement and color of the music and dance reflecting the Latinesque elements of the culture of Haiti and the horror of the vampire-like blood-sucking zombies of voodoo min...

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