„The human brain has left and right brain symmetry with its own nature and can process information which initially appears to have no pattern or order. However, the brain has the ability to process visual information much more efficiently.“

—  Tony Buzan

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Tony Buzan
brit pszichológus 1942 - 2019

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Ben Carson fénykép

„I believe we have this enormous brains with the ability to process so much information for a purpose – because we were made in God's image, not in the image of an amoeba.“

—  Ben Carson 17th and current United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development; American neurosurgeon 1951

Forrás: Take The Risk (2008), p. 130

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Roger Wolcott Sperry fénykép

„One of the more important things to come out of the split-brain work, as an indirect spin-off, is a revised concept of the nature of consciousness and its fundamental relation to brain processing.“

—  Roger Wolcott Sperry American neuroscientist 1913 - 1994

Nobel lecture (1981)
Kontextus: One of the more important things to come out of the split-brain work, as an indirect spin-off, is a revised concept of the nature of consciousness and its fundamental relation to brain processing. The key development here is a switch from prior non-causal, parallelist views to a new causal, or "interactionist" interpretation that ascribes to inner experience an integral causal control role in brain function and behavior. In effect, and without resorting to dualist views, the mental forces and properties of the conscious mind are restored to the brain of objective science from which they had long been excluded on materialist-behaviorist principles.

Yevgeniy Chazov fénykép

„I do not intend to argue the essence of these processes, all the more so because it has been proved that both types of memory function in the brain.“

—  Yevgeniy Chazov Russian physician 1929

Tragedy and Triumph of Reason (1985)
Kontextus: In medical science arguments are going on between behaviorists who perceive the function of brain as a multitude of simple and unconscious conditioned reflexes, and cognitivists who insist that humans sensing the surrounding world create its mental image which can be considered as memory of facts.
I do not intend to argue the essence of these processes, all the more so because it has been proved that both types of memory function in the brain. However, I am convinced that those who once saw a nuclear explosion or imagined the victims of Hiroshima and Nagasaki will forever maintain the mental picture of horror-stricken and dust-covered Earth, burned bodies of the dead and wounded and people slowly dying of radiation disease. Prompted by the sense of responsibility for the fortunes of the human race, Einstein addressed the following warning to his colleagues: "Since we, scientists, face the tragic lot of further increasing the murderous effectiveness of the means of destruction, it is our most solemn and noble duty to prevent the use of these weapons for the cruel ends they were designed to achieve".

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Sam Harris fénykép

„Any organization that deals with a changing environment ought not only to process information efficiently, but also create information and knowledge.“

—  Ikujiro Nonaka Japanese business theorist 1935

Nonaka, I. (1994) “A dynamic theory of organizational knowledge creation”, Organization Science, Vol.5, No.1, February, p. 14. Quoted in: Bratianu (2010).
The Knowledge-creating Company, 1995

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Daniel Dennett fénykép

„It is now quite clear that there is no single point in the brain where all information funnels in, and this fact has some far from obvious consequences.“

—  Daniel Dennett American philosopher 1942

Time and the observer (1995)
Kontextus: But if we ask where precisely in the brain that point of view is located, the simple assumptions that work so well on larger scales of space and time break down. It is now quite clear that there is no single point in the brain where all information funnels in, and this fact has some far from obvious consequences.

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Daniel Levitin fénykép

„Both poetry and lyrics and all visual arts draw their power from their ability to express abstractions of reality. …that is a feature of the musical brain.“

—  Daniel Levitin, könyv The World in Six Songs

The World in Six Songs (2008)
Kontextus: Both poetry and lyrics and all visual arts draw their power from their ability to express abstractions of reality.... that is a feature of the musical brain.

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