neurosignature

neurosignature

A hypothetical neural pattern proposed by H Benson, which corresponds to the sum of a person’s memories and emotions that can (theoretically) be activated by appropriate stimuli.
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The more frequent and recent a desired skill is trained, the deeper neurosignature pathways (colloquially called muscle memory) become.
HFF received funding support from The Ohio State University Neurosignature Program, Center for Clinical and Translational Science (UL1TR000090), and a P30 Core Grant NINDS P30-NS045758.
Bending and mending the neurosignature: Frameworks of influence by flotation-REST (restricted environmental stimulation technique) upon well-being in patients with stress-related ailments.
These influences range from the existing synaptic architecture of the neuromatrix, determined by genetic and sensory factors, to influences from within the body and from other areas in the brain, proposing that can be a neurosignature for pain experience.