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Psychobiology of the senses: the Touch

The sense of touch perceives the temperature, pressure and pain of our body. Touch is not only perceived by the skin, but also includes receptors in the muscles. This is because touch has two fundamental purposes: It allows us to relate to our environment with greater precision.
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Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Video on Narcissistic Personality Disorder People with narcissistic personality disorder are characterized by their lack of empathy for other people, as well as the constant need for admiration. People with this condition are often described as arrogant, self-centered, manipulative and demanding.
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Boy climbing

In the image we see a child climbing a high stick, hopefully it does not fall ... Solution Actually the child is on the ground. It's another 3D effect drawing with Julian Beeber's anamorphosis technique.
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The Penrose Triangle

The Penrose triangle is an impossible object that was created in 1934 by the Swedish artist Oscar Reutersvärd. It was subsequently rediscovered independently by physicist Roger Penrose in the 1950s who popularized it by describing it as "impossible in its purest form." This impossible object appears to be a solid object formed by three straight sections of square section that are joined together forming right angles at the ends of the triangle they form.
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Diazepam: an anxiolytic, hypnotic and muscle relaxant

Today we are going to discuss the topic of one of the best known medications for everyone to address the issue of muscle contractures and the associated pain. Diazepam, like other similar medicines, needs a prescription for consumption. A muscular contracture is, as the name implies, a continuous and involuntary contraction of the muscle or some of its fibers that appear when making an effort.
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