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The Reading Brain: How Your Brain Helps You Read, and Why it Matters

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It’s never too early to set a child on the pathway to becoming a strong reader. And it’s never too late to help a struggling reader strengthen his or her brain to read more successfully and with greater enjoyment.

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The Neurological Explanation For Practice Makes Perfect

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CLES - Bonnes Feuilles : Votre cerveau n'a pas fini de vous étonner - Patrice van Eersel (Collectif)

CLES - Bonnes Feuilles : Votre cerveau n'a pas fini de vous étonner - Patrice van Eersel (Collectif) | NEUROSCIENCE | Scoop.it
On savait que le cerveau était l'entité la plus complexe de l'univers connu.
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Your brain wiring is like a city, says neuroscience

Your brain wiring is like a city, says neuroscience | NEUROSCIENCE | Scoop.it
Mapping the brain’s connections reveals a city grid like arrangement.

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Learning best when you rest: Sleeping after processing new info most effective

Learning best when you rest: Sleeping after processing new info most effective | NEUROSCIENCE | Scoop.it

Nodding off in class may not be such a bad idea after all. New research shows that going to sleep shortly after learning new material is most beneficial for recall. While this may simply seem to confirm what has been known from earlier studies, "what's novel about this study" say the authors, "is that we tried to shine light on sleep's influence on both types of declarative memory by studying semantically unrelated and related word pairs."



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David Hulme's comment, March 27, 2012 11:44 AM
Thanks!
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Thnx!
David Hulme's comment, April 1, 2012 9:51 AM
Thanks Tom
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Je suis un psychopathe - videos.arte.tv

Je suis un psychopathe - videos.arte.tv | NEUROSCIENCE | Scoop.it

Ian Walker filme les étapes d'un diagnostic qui doit déterminer si un patient est ou non psychopathe

lier la psychopathie et la neuroscience

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Release Your Stories, Embrace Infinity

It is not the past that hinders your today, but the portion of it you brought to the present.--Strike a Chord of Silence, CG Walters Release Your Stories, Embrace Infinity Produced by CG Walters Dragon's Beard Publishing Music: Virtutes Vocis by...
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The Reading Brain: How Your Brain Helps You Read, and Why it Matters

The Reading Brain: How Your Brain Helps You Read, and Why it Matters | NEUROSCIENCE | Scoop.it
It’s never too early to set a child on the pathway to becoming a strong reader. And it’s never too late to help a struggling reader strengthen his or her brain to read more successfully and with greater enjoyment.

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Une grille en 3D du réseau de fibres dans le cerveau

Une grille en 3D du réseau de fibres dans le cerveau | NEUROSCIENCE | Scoop.it

Une nouvelle étude révèle que les trajets nerveux dans le cerveau sont organisés selon une grille très ordonnée comprenant trois couches en trois dimensions. - Sciences et Avenir


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