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On Using Only 10% of Our Brains – The Enduring Myth From Lucy (The Movie)

The movie Lucy, now out in theatres, portrays a woman who accidentally ingests a powerful drug that gives her superhuman mental powers, including telepathy, morphing into different forms, and time travel. The premise behind this movie is the enduring myth that humans use only 10% of their mental capacity, and if people were able to… Read More »

The Difference Between Neurogenesis and Neuroplasticity

With a number of recent news articles referring to neuroplasticity (also called brain plasticity), and neurogenesis interchangeably (they aren’t the same thing), we thought it would be useful to highlight the differences between the two terms and offer a couple of working definitions: Read also: The Enduring Myth of Using Only 10% of Our Brains… Read More »