Awaiting the New Neurobiology, by Edward Ziff

Evolutionary biology is undergoing a revolution, or in fact, its third revolution. Surprisingly, this revolution has profound implications for understanding the brain. The first evolutionary biology revolution came with the Charles Darwin’s Theory of Natural Selection, which provided a mechanism for how traits could become more or less common in… Continue lendo…

Our Epigenetic Minds – The Brain Beyond Darwin, by Edward Ziff

We readily accept the idea that brain activity associated with our experiences – hearing, seeing, touching, and tasting – can alter the configuration of brain circuits and change the function of the brain. These changes form our memories, conscious memories and probably others not conscious yet still exerting profound effects… Continue lendo…