Q&A: WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO STUDY THE HUMAN BRAIN IN PSYCHOLOGY TODAY?

Question by ianne: WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO STUDY THE HUMAN BRAIN IN PSYCHOLOGY TODAY?
i need this for my course requirement…please answer…thanks…

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Answer by Somya
the understanding of both the brain and the mental systems, and shows how each affect the other on a neurology and mental level.

It’s about the science behind the mind and body connection. The problem at issue here involves the long standing notion that the human experience can be explained by classical physics-in pure electochemical terms. This is the basic tenet underlying the approach by neuroscientists who empirically investigate the mind/body relationship. The power of thought, volition and feelings, or what we interpret as the mind, are not considered variables in neuroscience endeavors, and they are certainly not regarded as having a causal role in the human experience. A quantum physics approach allows for the mindful element of human beings, and it provides a more accurate model for exploring the mind/body question.

This group is intended for open to new ideas in psychology, neurology, and physics. This group is for the new people in psychology, neurology, and physics that believe that quantum research, and classical physics, as well as a better understanding of the brain, we will uncover the workings and interactions of the mind and brain and how we use the brain as a mediation organ, as a lot of scientific evidence from neurologists has shown, plus there is always the HUMAN INTERACTION aspect of the debate, that has shown that human thought process interact with the brain and are not just produced by the brain. Today NeuroQuantological scientific research shows without much of a doubt that human thought process does have a developmental effect on the control of the brain and influence the direction the brain and synaptic development , and the body.

Mental illness is one factor that can show this, as most mental illness, (not psychiatric) is created by the human mind and cognitive thinking, and these effects the brain and it’s mediation of the bio chemical systems, organs, and the whole body. Also, we will look at interactive E.E.G and B.C.I systems, that work by way of controlled mental possess by human thought. Areas like below

Phobias, eating disorders, psychosis, some behavior and personality disorders and much more that just neurology can not answer.

Any ideas are welcome, quantum, classical, neurological, psychological, and philosophical. Please post as much research work as you like, and views, as long as it is relevant and developmental to the study and theory of the science of mind and mater.

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