For Memorial Day weekend, three pieces of neuroscience research relevant to the military (and with applications beyond it):
On brain-computer interface technology –
The true goal is to make a vehicle or a robot arm just another extension of the human body and brain.
2) PTSD Combat Veterans’ ‘Fear Circuitry’ In Brains Always On High Alert
Even when an individual with PTSD isn’t confronted by a threat or a relatively taxing mental activity, there’s still PTSD-related activity in certain areas of the brain. What does this mean?
3) Professor finds neuroscience provides insights into brains of complex and adaptive leaders
What do the brains of great leaders look like? Is there really a way to increase leadership strength via neuro-feedback?