New Westernu Study Explores Links Between Patterns Of Brain Activity And Learning Mechanisms

RIVERSIDE: Car club resurrected to help the community – Press Enterprise

People have known for a long time that theta rhythm is important to coordinate brain activity between different structures. When animals or humans are exploring a new environment, their brain synchronizes its activity at this theta frequency. The gamma frequency has been shown to be important for memory, as there is a correlation between the amount of gamma activity and long-term storage of information. Disruption of this rhythmic activity is important in a number of brain diseases, such as Alzheimers disease, schizophrenia and depression, Baudry said.
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Sheds star in North Hornell Village Board discussion – News – The Evening Tribune – Hornell, NY

“Well, I figured I met you people halfway because right now the zoning law says (six feet) and I’m more than willing to go along with the three-foot (rule),” Bebout said. “When I talked to Mr. Rusby and he came up and looked at it and agreed it should be moved, there was no sense in moving it twice because he was talking about going to the planning board and asking for a three-foot setback instead of a six-foot setback and I said I’d see what happens.” Falci countered Bebout’s claim by noting that Rusby saw the property prior to checking the local law, which was approved in 2008.
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There will also be a silent auction and a special wine tasting. For more information call 895-688-6487, ext. 3277 or send an e-mail to wdickey @ syvuhsd.org . SJ baseball fundraiser The St. Joseph baseball program will be holding a fund raising event on Saturday, Jan. 17. All proceeds will benefit the Knights baseball team under first year head coach Cody Smith. The evening will begin at 4 p.m.
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to 11 a.m. at the Joe Nightingale Elementary School field. Tryouts for players eight to 12 years old will be held that day starting at 9 a.m. and again on Saturday, Jan. 24 beginning at 12 p.m. For more details, call Michelle at 714-6032 or Jim at 310-9322 or visit the OALL web site at www.eteamz.com/orcuttamericanll. Westside LL registration Santa Maria Westside Little League is holding registration on Thursday, 15 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
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In addition to buying the dragster, we also used some of the car show proceeds to adopt a poor 6-year-old Chinese boy, Leung Kwok Hung, through an international foster parent program, Walton said. We continued to support his education for several years. The club went dark in the mid 1970s when many of the original members moved out of the area or served military commitments. In 2014, local businessman and previous Rickshaw member Mike Noreikas organized a reunion at his business, Riverside Appliance. At the event, many club members wanted to reactivate the group and named Noreikas as president. As in their earlier years, the Rickshaws are again supporting community activities, numerous civic events and fundraisers. Last year, the club hosted car shows for the Riverside Chili Cook-off and Car/Cycle Show as well as for Arlington High Schools booster club. Looking for a project last fall for the holiday season, they created Christmas Cruising for Foster Kids, club member Dave Demers said.
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