Category Archives: New releases

Procedural Learning

By L. Jansons Have you ever found yourself wondering, “what’s my purpose?”. The more we are learning about brain function, the more we are finding the purpose of an organism is to survive, survive via interaction with the environment. At … Continue reading

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More about implicit learning, divergent thinking and artistic creativity

. http://www.theatlantic.com/features/archive/2014/06/secrets-of-the-creative-brain/372299/

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Network Neural Dynamics

By L. Jansons ADHD is a condition that is diagnosed using behavioral observation.  A trained clinician observes a number of hallmark behaviors and arrives at a diagnosis.  The clinician often uses a number of subjective opinions to help the diagnostic … Continue reading

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Handwriting assists learning and memory

http://mobile.nytimes.com/2014/06/03/science/whats-lost-as-handwriting-fades.html?referrer=

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Which is better laptop or pen and paper?

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Cerebellum as “supervised learning machine”

“…progress has been made in acceptance of the general idea that the cerebellum is critical to cognition and its development…the neocortex can no longer be viewed simply as the sole or primary driver of thinking and behavior, but instead, a … Continue reading

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