Lisäsisällöt – Mieli

Tervetuloa mieli-kappaleen lisätietosivustolle. Täältä saat kirjan sisältöön liittyen lisätietoja, tuotesuosituksia, välinelinkkejä ja lähdeluettelon. Toimituksen suositukset on merkitty kolmella sydämellä (❤❤❤).

Sisällysluettelo (pikalinkit)

  1. Psykologia
  2. Integraalifilosofia
  3. Aivojen rakenne ja toiminta
  4. Mielenterveys
  5. Terapia
  6. Persoonallisuustestit
  7. Meditaatio
  8. Vaikutuskeinot aivoaaltoihin
  9. Teknologiset apuvälineet mielen päivittämiseen
  10. Aivotreenisovellukset
  11. Välittäjäaineet
  12. Älylääkkeet
  13. Tunteiden mittaaminen
  14. Kirjat
  15. Blogit
  16. Artikkelit
  17. Verkkosivustot
  18. Videot ja podcastit
  19. Lähteet
  20. Palaute ja kommentit

Psykologia

Integraalifilosofia

Verkkosivustot

Testit

Aivojen rakenne ja toiminta

Verkkosivustot

Mobiilisovellukset

Mielenterveys

Verkkosivustot

Mobiilisovellukset

Terapia

Verkkosivustot

Sovellukset

Persoonallisuustestit

Testit

Mobiilisovellukset

Meditaatio

Verkkosivustot

Sovellukset

Vaikutuskeinot aivoaaltoihin

Verkkosivustot

Sovellukset

Tietokoneohjelmistot

Youtube-kanavat

Teknologiset apuvälineet mielen päivittämiseen

Tietokoneohjelmistot

  • Dual-N-Back (useita alustoja) (❤❤❤)
    • Työmuistin ja joustavan älykkyyden kehittäminen (taustalla useita tutkimuksia)
  • Lumosity (useita alustoja) (❤❤❤)
    • Lumosity on tämän hetken laajin pelimuotoinen ohjelma mielen ja muistin harjoittamiseen. (taustalla useita tutkimuksia)
  • Senselabs – Versus
    • Urheilijoille suunnattu aivojen harjoittamisohjelma
  • NeurOptimal (windows)
    • Neurofeedback harjoittelu

Infrapuna ja laser

Transkraniaalinen tasavirtastimulaatio (tDCS)

Aivosähkökäyrä (EEG)

  • Emotiv
    • Aivosähkökäyrään perustuva aivojen harjoituslaite
    • EPOC
      • Tulkitsee käyttäjän ajatuksia, tunteita ja kasvojen ilmeitä tietokoneen ohjaamiseen
    • EEG
      • Samat ominaisuudet kuin EPOC:ssa, mutta myös aivosähkökäyrän raakadata
  • Neurosky (❤❤❤)
    • Aivosähkökäyrän lukija ja harjoittaja
    • Oma sovelluskauppa

Aivotreenisovelluksetsovellukset

Multritrainerit

Aivojen reaktioajan optimointi ja testaaminen

“Puzzle”

Avaruudellinen hahmotus

Välittäjäaineet

Verkkosivustot

Välittäjäaineiden mittaaminen ja testaaminen

Älylääkkeet

Verkkosivustot

Tunteiden mittaaminen

Sovellukset

Tietokoneohjelmistot

Laitteet

Kirjat

Blogit

Artikkelit

Verkkosivustot

Videot ja podcastit

Podcastit

Videot

Kirjan lähteet

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