This week is Canadian Mental Health Week, and to recognize the importance of brain science and maintaining a healthy brain, the team here at CurioCity has compiled a list of some of our best sources for you to learn more about just how important it is to be kind to your cranium.
Learn about the biochemistry in your brain and depression in this video from asapSCIENCE.
The people working on the e-CIRCUS (Education Through Characters With Emotional-Intelligence And Role-playing Capabilities That Understand Social Interaction) project use virtual characters to sensitize students to bullying.
This video from ASAPScience explains five ways in which social media is changing your brain right now.
The pressure to obtain the “perfect” body portrayed in the media can contribute to eating disorders.
Even when people know tanning is bad for their health, they still seem drawn to it in much the same way as addictive drugs.
The Chemistry of Love invovles three stages and each stage involves different chemical triggers.
The amazing story of how a blind child learnt to see, using sound. - See more at: http://www.explorecuriocity.org/Content.aspx?contentid=1262#sthash.sJi3ZB2g.dpuf
Erik works in a team in program development related to cultural identity and its relationship to resiliency.
Imagine moving objects with your thoughts! Scientists at the University of Minnesota have done just that, controlling a quadcopter with thoughts only. This technology could allow people with disabilities to have much more independence.
Scishow explains what happens in your brain while you go through your teenage years!