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Brain's big frontal lobe not what makes humans smarter, says study ...

Brain's big frontal lobe not what makes humans smarter, says study ... | history.world war one | Scoop.it
The study suggests that supposedly more 'primitive' areas, such as the cerebellum, were equally important in the expansion of the human brain.

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Neuroscientists find a key to reducing forgetting—it's about the network

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A team of neuroscientists has found a key to the reduction of forgetting.

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Computer vs human memory

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Memory management is an essential skill that every programmer develops over time. To develop that skill you need to have a sense of how computer memory works. Surprisingly,  memory is not a simple ...

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Cognitive Approach | Simply Psychology

Cognitive Psychology revolves around the notion that if we want to know what makes people tick then the way to do it is to figure out what processes are actually going on in their minds. The term cognitive psychology came into use with the publication of the book Cognitive Psychology by Ulric Neisser in 1967.
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