On the Subject of Different Aspects of Mental Health

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High nervous activity in humans is dependent on the social environment that is reflected in associative the activity of their first (sensations and perceptions) and second (verbal) signal systems. Creation of a complete picture of the world in humans is a result of complex processes of the analysis, processing and storage of the information, modeling reactions of adaptation of the individual and management of its conditions and adaptive behavior. Read the rest of On the Subject of Different Aspects of Mental Health »

Debunking the “Polygraph” Machine; it’s Real Use

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The polygraph is commonly referred to as a lie detector, but it does not recognize lies. A specific physiological lie response has never been demonstrated and is unlikely to exist (NRC, 2003). The responses it measures are not unique to deception nor are they always provoked by it. The aim of the polygraph examiner is to establish a psychological set in the examinee that will increase the likelihood that any observed arousal to specific questions is the result of deceptive responses (Kleiner, 2002; Grubin, 2010; Senter et al, 2010).

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Enemy from Within: the Human Factor

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Since the 9/11 tragedy of 2001, where the perpetrators came from outside our borders, we have seen a tremendous resurgence of high-tech security products directed to protect our borders and other important infrastructures.

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Medical Science for a New Century

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For hundreds of thousands of years the human race was developing in an environment where only brute forth provided means for survival or achievement. In the last century alone, man has secured the means of acquiring knowledge, an information delivery system, becoming part of our everyday lives, however human life has dramatically changed as a result now with information and knowledge becoming the major instruments of human survival and success.

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Invited to appear on CBC’s the Dragon’s Den!

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Northam Psychotechnologies has been invited to present on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s, CBC‘s number #1 rated reality TV show, the Dragons’ Den for their upcoming 6th season starting September 2011! We’ve excited and humbled by their invitation and have put together what we believe to be an amazing pitch and story to publicize the benefits of Semantic Stimuli Response Measurement Technology.

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New Challenges: The Security of Intention

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International news is filled everyday with topics like internal government crackdowns due to Wikileaks, and the new terrorist threat from within our own soil. Traditional methods of tackling these issues require a tremendous amount of time, extensive finances and thousands of hours of manpower. The traditional definition of an enemy was an opposing nation or force, a hostile nation or people however these definitions no longer ring as true as they once did.

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