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On the Subject of Different Aspects of Mental Health

Published on July 10, 2016 By Dr. Semyon

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 […]

Subconscious Research Gaining Notoriety

Published on November 27, 2014 By Dr. Semyon

It is very interesting to mention that a political columnist for the New York Times David Brooks and David Carmel, a research scientist at the Carrasco Lab, New York University’s Department of Psychology and Center for Neural Science, are dabbling in the area of the subconscious mind.

Scientifically Mapping Emotions! PsyExpert

Published on September 13, 2014 By Dr. Semyon

Our minds and thoughts are always turning, spinning. Everything we experience gets weighed on an emotional scale from deeply and personally significant to emotionally insignificant or unimportant. Consciously or subconsciously we associate some level of an emotion to every experience we have in life, every day. At Northam Psyhotechnologies we have developed a screening and assessment tool / test that can paint a picture of your personal semantic space, your psyche, represented as a Runge’s sphere, the color of your emotions, and their distance and relation to one another. The analysis of the data we can collect can be used as an emotional baseline to determine the effectiveness of mental health treatments, evaluating general levels of mental health, as well as use it to pinpoint emotional instability and areas of interest.