Brain-controlled exoskeleton allows quadriplegic to walk and manipulate items

Scientists from the University of Grenoble have spent two years teaching a quadriplegic man to move his arms and legs, and even walk, using a brain-controlled AI exoskeleton. The 28-year-old patient, who had suffered from a cervical spinal cord injury that left him paralyzed from the shoulders down, came into the study with the ability… Read More Brain-controlled exoskeleton allows quadriplegic to walk and manipulate items

How Each Myers-Briggs® Type Reacts to Stress (and How to Help!) – Psychology Junkie

Have you ever become so stressed out that you feel out of control? Do you feel like you’re acting in a way that is completely unlike you? Have you ever tried to help a loved one who is stressed out, and everything you’ve said or done has only made things worse? I know I have.… Read More How Each Myers-Briggs® Type Reacts to Stress (and How to Help!) – Psychology Junkie