It is very common to believe that human thoughts, feelings and emotions originate in two parts of the brain that work together: the cerebral hemispheres, two virtually identical halves that are distinguished by the processes that take place in them.
The human encephalon has been described as the most complex system in the known universe, and not without reason.
Virtually any area of human behavior has a neurobiological facet, which can be studied by investigating the functioning of the brain.
A relatively small crypto-mining operation in Iceland has come up with a simple but effective solution: it uses the geothermic energy of farmers’ machines to turn mining equipment into a win-win situation.
As we all know, the use of substances with properties that contribute to improving the symptoms of a disease or disorder is a key element in medicine, being used to return the organism to its state of natural balance.
Trankimazin is one of the anxiolytic drugs that is consumed most frequently. It is a benzodiazepine of immediate action that is used for the treatment of acute states of anxiety, among other conditions.
Our immune system is one of the most important when allowing us to survive, since thanks to it we are able to fight infections and problems arising from the invasion of microorganisms and substances with harmful potential from the environment.
Gottfried Leibniz (1646 – 1716) was a philosopher, physicist and mathematician who had an important influence on the development of modern science.
Juan Huarte de San Juan (1529-1588) was one of the physicians and philosophers who laid the foundations of modern psychology in Spain, a question that challenged in an important way the religious canons of the time.
Antoine Lavoisier (1743-1794) was a French scientist known as the father of modern chemistry.
Robert S. Woodworth (1869-1962) was an American psychologist who laid the foundations of psychology with an eclectic focus.
If we talk about characters extremely relevant to the development of psychology, it is likely that a large number of possible names come from multiple disciplines, including Wilhelm Wundt, Brentano, Freud, William James or Beck.