To what extent can cognitive development be understood in terms of the specialization of function in specific structures of the brain?
Developmental cognitive neuropsychology seeks to understand and explain the relationship between the human brain and its function. One might consider the ex...
Running head: MONTESSORI’S APPROACH AND RECENT BRAIN RESEARCH
Montessori’s Approach and Recent Brain Research Brenda Gilstrap Adrian Dominican Montessori Training Institute May 14, 2011
MONTESSORI’S APPROACH AND RECENT BRAIN RESEARCH
New technological advances i...
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Sex, Brains, Hands, and Spatial Cognition
DIANE F. HALPERN
California State University, San Bernardino The literature that investigates the joint effects of sex, handedness, familial handedness, and spatial experience on the perfo...
Recent Research on Brain and Biological Effects of Cell-Phones
Cell phone hazards may include cancer, Alzheimer's, or other degenerative changes
* Exposure to 1800 MHz radiofrequency radiation induces oxidative damage to mitochondrial DNA in primary cultured neurons. Brain Res. 2009 Oct 30.....
UNITED NATIONS RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
Information Technology, Globalization and Social Development
Manuel Castells UNRISD Discussion Paper No. 114, September 1999
The United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD) is an autonomous agency engaging in mult...
Epilepsy is a disorder in which the balance between cerebral excitability and inhibition is tipped toward uncontrolled excitability. It is not a single disorder but rather, a wide spectrum of problems. All types of epilepsy share an uncontrolled electrical discharge from nerve cells in the cerebral...
How I’ve come to find myself “stupid”
For this assignment I read a book that you too have also read; Brain Rules. This explains my creative title, and gives those who haven’t read this book an insight as to what it contains. Because this book literally goes chapter by cha...
10 April 2010
Contact Sports vs. Non Contact Sports: How Widely Do They Differ?
Head injuries are quite common and occur regularly in all contact sports. Concussions, from brain injuries can cause long term effects and can lead to dementia. T...
The brain is a complex organ that functions with the mind, body, sprit and emotions. It desires nourishment and exercise to fight off stress and negative emotions. The brain relies heavily on gene expression to help shape behavior and achieve learning. The chart draw attention to key po...
Cardiovascular Differentiation of Happiness, Sadness, Anger, and Fear Following Imagery and Exercise1
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Brain Eating Zombies
It’s better to be safe than sorry! Always be prepared for the worst! You never know! No matter how much someone prepares it’s never enough. The year is 2010, the location is Atlanta Georgia, and the show is called The Walking Dead on AMC. Rick Grimes role is a Sheriff's...
International Journal of Manpower
Emerald Article: Brain drain from Turkey: the case of professionals abroad
Nil Demet Güngör, Aysit Tansel
To cite this document: Nil Demet Güngör, Aysit Tansel, (2008),"Brain drain from Turkey: the case of professionals abroad",
Music and the Brain:
A Psychological Look into Music
Instructor: Javier Galindo
September 18, 2011
Music and the Brain:
A Psychological Look into Music
As a college student, when I think of the term “study music”, I automatically think of listeni...
September 23, 2012
Behavior is defined as “the actions or reactions of persons or things in response to external or internal stimuli.”(Virulent, 2000) Behaviors’ makeup how we think, react, feel, and every idea that comes into mind. Our behaviors are formed from our experiences and shape ou...
The horizons of optical networks are much more than high speed physical layer transport. An intelligent optical network design
must include higher network layer considerations. This is the only book currently on the market that addresses optical networks
from the physical layer to the network layer...
n“Do or do not... There is no try” - Yoda
Tools for children’s development
Index Introduction Project Background Problem Hypothesis Research Questionnarie Project Foundation Why do we need Continuous Education? Context Framework Disaster Program, DN-III-E Phases...
Hypoglycemic Effect of Methanolic Extract of Musa Sapientum Sucker, in Alloxan-Induced Diabetic Rats, and Its Relative Effect on Aspartate Transaminase in Activity in Brain and Heart
Oseni Kehinde Ajibola |
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Musa sapientum is an herb used in Nigeria folklore for th...
With the appearance of mobile communication devices like cellular phones, personal digital assistants (PDAs), e-book readers and webpads, it becomes obvious that new forms of man-machine-interfaces are required. Browsing web-pages on a PDA or a smartphone is already inconvenien...
Neuroscientist Michael Merzenich on re-wiring the brain
Neuroscientist Michael Merzenich looks at one of the secrets of the brain's incredible power: its ability to actively re-wire itself. He's researching ways to harness the brain's plasticity to enhance our skills and recover lost function. E...
Meditation and the Brain
"It is the face of our shadow that stares at us from across the iron curtain." - Jung
I have never known nor feigned to know what it is I step into when I step forward. Last night I happened upon a question that shook me and l...