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Brain areas responsible for spirituality revealed - TwoCircles.net

Brain areas responsible for spirituality revealed - TwoCircles.net | Brain and Management | Scoop.it
Brain areas responsible for spirituality revealedTwoCircles.netBy IANS, London: The areas of brain responsible for the many aspects of spiritual experiences have been revealed by US researchers.
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How to market to the iGeneration

How to market to the iGeneration | Brain and Management | Scoop.it

"People tell you who they are, but we ignore it because we want them to be who we want them to be"-Don Draper


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Fab GOUX-BAUDIMENT's curator insight, September 24, 2013 8:03 AM

pour le projet du CG79

Jeff Domansky's curator insight, October 3, 2013 1:02 PM

Valuable insight into generation Z. and how they process information.

Amal Rafeeq's comment, October 4, 2013 6:05 AM
Just loved it :) ♥
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Pensée visuelle : le pouvoir des infographies

Pensée visuelle : le pouvoir des infographies | Brain and Management | Scoop.it
Pourquoi aimons-nous tellement les infographies ?  Pourquoi sont-elles si populaires ? Ce goût pour les images en général, et pour les infog raphies en particulier, tient à la spécificité de...

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Marco Bertolini's curator insight, October 29, 2013 4:18 AM

Pourquoi les infographies sont-elles si populaires ?  Voici une vidéo qui explique le pouvoir de la pensée visuelle !

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L'innovation pédagogique en 10 points | Thot Cursus

L'innovation pédagogique en 10 points | Thot Cursus | Brain and Management | Scoop.it
Le rapport de l'Open University consacre dix tendances et dispositifs éducatifs / d'apprentissage, à l'impact potentiel plus ou moins fort, à brève ou moyenne échéance.

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Marco Bertolini's curator insight, October 22, 2013 2:18 AM

Dix tendances d'apprentissages vue par Open University.

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30 Minutes Exposure To 4G Cell Phone Radiation Affects Brain Activity: New Study

30 Minutes Exposure To 4G Cell Phone Radiation Affects Brain Activity: New Study | Brain and Management | Scoop.it
New peer-reviewed research finds that 30 minutes of exposure to 4G (LTE) cellphone radiation affects brain activity.
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Don't panic you can fry your brain with a 2G phone also ! Keep on talking .... 

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Eide Neurolearning Blog: fMRI of Dysgraphia - Lack of Automaticity and Need for Visual Monitoring

Eide Neurolearning Blog: fMRI of Dysgraphia - Lack of Automaticity and Need for Visual Monitoring | Brain and Management | Scoop.it

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Change Your Words... Change Your World

A powerful clip relaying the how effective the right words can be ...it will change your world, your classrooms, your students, your children.

 

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Gust MEES

 

WOW! That video touched me! I nearly had tears in my eyes, a MUST watch!

Keywords: Empathy, Emotional Intelligence, Human, Society, Daniel GOLEMAN, Howard GARDNER...

 

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Jose Luis Yañez's curator insight, June 29, 2013 6:21 AM

A MUST, MUST see

Mary Perfitt-Nelson's curator insight, August 4, 2013 4:51 PM

Changing how you view your world can simply change your world.  

Prunetti Beatrice's comment, August 11, 2013 5:18 AM
really true. This is marketing
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Is the triune brain still a reliable model of human behavior?

Is the triune brain still a reliable model of human behavior? | Brain and Management | Scoop.it
Short answer: NO Explanation: The triune brain or three-brain theory was an evolutionary model proposed by the physician Paul D. MacLean in the mid 1960’s. This model was acclaimed as Continue read...
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TED | TED Playlists | Bono: 8 talks that give me hope

TED | TED Playlists | Bono: 8 talks that give me hope | Brain and Management | Scoop.it
Bono picks 8 talks that express powerful ideas -- and shares exactly why each needs to be spread far and wide.
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Can Money Change the Brain? - Discovery News

Can Money Change the Brain? - Discovery News | Brain and Management | Scoop.it
Can Money Change the Brain?Discovery NewsBut experts say it's also likely his brain is undergoing some major changes as well -- cascades of hormones like dopamine, for example, and the long-term possibility -- if things don't go so well -- of the ...
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Curious Mind: The Legend of Balanced Rock - Twin Falls Times-News

Curious Mind: The Legend of Balanced Rock - Twin Falls Times-News | Brain and Management | Scoop.it
Curious Mind: The Legend of Balanced RockTwin Falls Times-News... that occurred when the rock formed and cooled and contracted. Have a question? Just ask and we'll find an answer for you.
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This Is Your Brain On The Internet

This Is Your Brain On The Internet | Brain and Management | Scoop.it

Is the internet and social media influencing your brain? Documentary filmmaker Tiffany Shlain investigates our changing behaviors in the connected world.

How do media and technology impact our brain? According to a "a recent study, Dr. Small observed brain activity in two groups of subjects interacting with a search engine –one that was 'net-savvy' and one that was 'net naïve'. The results showed increased brain activity in the experienced netizens, reflecting Shlain’s hypothesis that our online behaviors stimulate more brain systems."

For more information and to view a video on "our connected world" click through to the article.


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Brain wiring a no-brainer?, March 29, 2012 News Release - National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Brain wiring a no-brainer?, March 29, 2012 News Release - National Institutes of Health (NIH) | Brain and Management | Scoop.it

The brain appears to be wired more like the checkerboard streets of New York City than the curvy lanes of Columbia, Md., suggests a new brain imaging study.


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Study of memory brings researchers closer to mind reading - Los Angeles Times

Study of memory brings researchers closer to mind reading - Los Angeles Times | Brain and Management | Scoop.it
Study of memory brings researchers closer to mind readingLos Angeles TimesA team of researchers used electrodes to link brain activity directly to the recall of memories.
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PLOS ONE: Temporal Reliability and Lateralization of the Resting-State Language Network

PLOS ONE: Temporal Reliability and Lateralization of the Resting-State Language Network | Brain and Management | Scoop.it
PLOS ONE: an inclusive, peer-reviewed, open-access resource from the PUBLIC LIBRARY OF SCIENCE. Reports of well-performed scientific studies from all disciplines freely available to the whole world.
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Along side the 2013 Philadelphia study on Male/Female asymetry this study supports clear functional hemispheric location. It supports the Herrmann metaphore quite well.

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The Mind Lab - Scoop.co.nz (press release)

The Mind Lab - Scoop.co.nz (press release) | Brain and Management | Scoop.it
The Mind Lab Scoop.co.nz (press release) In September this year The Mind Lab opened its high-tech Auckland facility to children from four years of age, with a commitment to providing young students the ability to better understand the world around...
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Finding the place where the brain creates illusory shapes and surfaces - Medical Xpress

Finding the place where the brain creates illusory shapes and surfaces - Medical Xpress | Brain and Management | Scoop.it
Finding the place where the brain creates illusory shapes and surfaces
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Vanderbilt neuroscientists Michele Cox and Alexander Maier have discovered the place in the visual cortex responsible for illusory shapes and surfaces.
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I am an illusion ....

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Can Play and Learning Reverse Brain Aging - What Bees Can Teach Us? -

Can Play and Learning Reverse Brain Aging - What Bees Can Teach Us? - | Brain and Management | Scoop.it
How by playing and always be learning may help us reverse our brain aging.
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How Technology is Changing the Way Children Think and Focus | Psychology Today

How Technology is Changing the Way Children Think and Focus | Psychology Today | Brain and Management | Scoop.it

 

 By Jim Taylor, Ph. D.

 

"There is...a growing body of research that technology can be both beneficial and harmful to different ways in which children think. Moreover, this influence isn’t just affecting children on the surface of their thinking. Rather, because their brains are still developing and malleable, frequent exposure by so-called digital natives to technology is actually wiring the brain in ways very different than in previous generations. What is clear is that, as with advances throughout history, the technology that is available determines how our brains develops. For example, as the technology writer Nicholas Carr has observed, the emergence of reading encouraged our brains to be focused and imaginative. In contrast, the rise of the Internet is strengthening our ability to scan information rapidly and efficiently.

 

"The effects of technology on children are complicated, with both benefits and costs. Whether technology helps or hurts in the development of your children’s thinking depends on what specific technology is used and how and what frequency it is used. At least early in their lives, the power to dictate your children’s relationship with technology and, as a result, its influence on them, from synaptic activity to conscious thought.

 

"Over the next several weeks, I’m going to focus on the areas in which the latest thinking and research has shown technology to have the greatest influence on how children think: attention, information overload, decision making, and memory/learning. Importantly, all of these areas are ones in which you can have a counteracting influence on how technology affects your children."


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Linda Buckmaster's comment, December 17, 2012 2:44 PM
Thanks for the rescoop.
Jim Siders's curator insight, March 20, 2013 9:06 AM

to tech or not to tech........that is the question. Not just a casual question if this report is accurate.

sarah's curator insight, May 30, 2013 11:04 PM

Très intéressant.

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Can the Brain be Trained to Better Multitask?

Can the Brain be Trained to Better Multitask? | Brain and Management | Scoop.it

The first role of trained infotention is to recognize whether or not  multitasking, single-minded focus,  or alert but diffused attention is the most appropriate mind-tool for the task at hand. However, for those many situations in which multitasking is either necessary or preferable or both, the most important question is whether -- and to what degree -- multitasking more effectively is a learnable skill. -- Howard 

 

"Results showed that participants did much better at multitasking after training. Interestingly the benefits transferred to the untrained dual task. Brain training can thus be used to get better at multitasking!"


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Jenna Becerra's curator insight, February 19, 2013 10:52 PM

Before one can think about multitasking, it is important to take into account that it is more than just practice. One has to be metacognitive in his or her approach to learning and paying attention to what is important. Know individual tendencies, but also know that a mind can be trained. Multitasking is not always the right approach, but it is often inevitable. Training one's mind to multitask effectively will only result in efficiency.

Anne Macdonell's curator insight, May 14, 2013 5:28 AM

Can't the brain be trained in every task? Why not multitasking as well?

Audrey's comment, May 16, 2013 3:37 AM
Yes. Agree.
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Myth busted: Mind can cope with 4 chunks of information, not 7 - Times of India

Myth busted: Mind can cope with 4 chunks of information, not 7 - Times of India | Brain and Management | Scoop.it
Myth busted: Mind can cope with 4 chunks of information, not 7Times of IndiaIn 1956, American psychologist George Miller published a study arguing the mind could cope with a maximum of only seven chunks of information.
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Light Friday: Debunking Common Brain Myths - ThomasNet Industrial News Room

Light Friday: Debunking Common Brain Myths - ThomasNet Industrial News Room | Brain and Management | Scoop.it
ThomasNet Industrial News RoomLight Friday: Debunking Common Brain MythsThomasNet Industrial News RoomDo we really use only 10 percent of our brain? Are left handed people more creative?
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Scientists create functioning, virtual brain that can write, remember lists ... - Vancouver Sun

Scientists create functioning, virtual brain that can write, remember lists ... - Vancouver Sun | Brain and Management | Scoop.it
RedOrbitScientists create functioning, virtual brain that can write, remember lists ...Vancouver SunSpaun, which stands for Semantic Pointer Architecture Unified Network, has 2.5 million simulated neurons organized into subsystems to resemble the...
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How the brain controls our habits

How the brain controls our habits | Brain and Management | Scoop.it

 

Habits are behaviors wired so deeply in our brains that we perform them automatically. This allows you to follow the same route to work every day without thinking about it, liberating your brain to ponder other things, such as what to make for dinner.

 

However, the brain's executive command center does not completely relinquish control of habitual behavior.

 

 

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David Hain's curator insight, September 5, 2013 12:02 AM

A post form a while ago that I have only just come across.  Explains scientifically why old habits die hard.

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Books Change How a Child's Brain Grows | Wired Science | Wired.com

Books Change How a Child's Brain Grows | Wired Science | Wired.com | Brain and Management | Scoop.it

Books and educational toys can make a child smarter, but they also influence how the brain grows, according to new research presented here on Sunday at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience.


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Deborah McNelis's comment, October 20, 2012 8:50 AM
A valuable article on important research. Continuing to share evidence of what is best for developing brains is essential to making a positive impact.
Audrey's comment, January 29, 2013 2:37 AM
I would agree. Do have a look at all the educational toys to be found on http://www.homeschoolsource.co.uk
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9 Signs That Neuroscience Has Entered The Classroom | Edudemic

9 Signs That Neuroscience Has Entered The Classroom | Edudemic | Brain and Management | Scoop.it

"There is often a big divide between what happens in the laboratory and the way laboratory findings are practically applied. The relationship between neuroscience research and education is no exception. While there are numerous educational products that claim to be based on neuroscience research (often quite dubiously so), the real impact of brain-based research on education has been much more subtle."

This article "highlights some of the key ways that neuroscience is changing the classroom of today for the better." Topics include: cognitive tutoring, later start time in high schools, individualized education, making learning fun, and much more.


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