BRAIN: The Differences between Emergentism and Skill Acquisition Theory

When speaking about emergentism we mainly refer to the interaction between organism and environment and that denies the existence of pre-determined, domain specific faculties or capacities. In language acquisition, emergentists state that simple learning mechanisms are sufficient to bring about the emergence of complex language representations. There are two types

BRAIN: Is There a Relationship between Consciousness and Epilepsy?

A serious health condition that affects 1% of the global population is epilepsy. This is a neurological disorder usually detected by EEG (electroencephalography) signals, and it has as common symptom spontaneous recurrent seizures characterized by intermittent paroxysmal and highly organized rhythmic neuronal discharges in the cerebral cortex. Epileptic seizures are

BRAIN: The Status of Positive Psychology Strengths within the Romanian School in the Digital Society

A new research conducted by Georgeta Pânişoară, Ion-Ovidiu Pânişoară, Cristina Sandu, and Ruxandra Chirca (Neacsu) whose the main goal is to pinpoint the links between skills thought in school and those which grant self-fulfilment, is the opening article of the BRAIN journal. The domain of neurosciences is approached at the

BRAIN: Prediction of Thyroid Disease Using Data Mining Techniques

A new research conducted by Irina Ioniță and Liviu Ioniță, has been indexed in BRAIN journal, featuring a innovative Prediction of Thyroid Disease using Data Mining Techniques. As of late, thyroid ailments are increasingly spread around the world. In Romania, for instance, one of eight ladies experiences hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism or thyroid

BRAIN: Participative Teaching with Mobile Devices and Social Networks for K-12 Children

BRAIN journal exhibits a creative study on the Participative Teaching, utilizing strategies like Mobile Devices and Social Network for K-12 Children. Livia Stefan and Dragos Gheorghiu from Bucharest, Romania have inquired about the participatory pedagogical investigate, and connected them appropriately. This article points of interest an arrangement of participatory pedagogical analyses

BRAIN: New Computer Assisted Diagnostic to Detect Alzheimer Disease

Researchers Ben Rabeh Amira, Benzarti Faouzi, Amiri Hamid and Mouna Ben Djebara propose a new study in the BRAIN journal, New Computer Assisted Diagnostic to Detect Alzheimer Disease. In this study, the researchers portray another Computer Assisted Diagnosis (CAD) to naturally distinguish Alzheimer Patients (AD), Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) and elderly Controls, in light of the

BRAIN: The Ambivalence of Strengths and Weaknesses of E-learning Educational Services

The most recent volume of the BRAIN journal has recorded another exploration on The Ambivalence of Strengths and Weaknesses of E-learning Educational Services proposed by Venera-Mihaela Cojocariu, Iuliana Lazar and Gabriel Lazar from Vasile Alecsandri University of Bacau, Romania. This paper speaks to an intensive stage in the push to

BRAIN: Micro Expression Recognition Using the Eulerian Video Magnification Method

In the new volume of BRAIN journal, researchers Elham Zarezadeh and Mehdi Rezaeian have come up with a new research on the Micro Expression Recognition Using the Eulerian Video Magnification Method. In this paper they propose another methodology for facial smaller scale expressions recognition. For this reason the Eulerian Video Magnification

BRAIN : A Synoptic of Software Implementation for Shift Registers Based on 16th Degree Primitive Polynomials

BRAIN journal has recently published a research paper A Synoptic Of Software Implementation For Shift Registers Based On 16th Degree Primitive Polynomials developed by Mirella Amelia Mioc from Suceava, Romania. All of the significant applications in the particular Fields of Communication utilized a wellknown gadget called Linear Feedback Shift Register. Typically LFSR