1 edition of Know your brain. found in the catalog.
Know your brain.
by National Institute of Neurological and Communicative Disorders and Stroke in [Bethesda, Md.?]
Written in English
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`This is a fascinating book - for everyone who is able to appreciate the human brain, which, Russell says, is the most complex and most powerful information processor known to man. It is especially relevant for those called upon to read a great deal when time is limited, Know your brain.
book who attend lectures and seminars and need to take by: Know your brain by Nicola Morgan (author of Blame My Brain). Feed it, Test it, Stretch it fabulous tips and strategies for learners of any age, but particularly teenagers. It covers: Multiple intelligences and strategies to promote/foster them; brain training; exam tips; etc.
Accessible and fun to read, and packed with great do-able advice/5. `This is a fascinating book - for everyone who is able to appreciate the human brain, which, Russell says, is the most complex and most powerful information processor known to man.
It is especially relevant for those called upon to read a great deal when time is limited, or who attend lectures and seminars Know your brain. book need to take notes/5(16). `This is a fascinating book - for everyone who is able to appreciate the human brain, which, Russell says, is the most complex and most powerful information processor known to man.
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Know Your Own Mind and How to Use it. By Peter Russell. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 21 August Pub. location London. Imprint : Peter Russell. Posters: Each of the three books comes with an age-appropriate colorful poster with fascinating facts about the brain.
Getting to Know and Love Your Brain: Full color • 2 sided Poster • " x " Grades PreK–2 shows the three big helpers in the brain. The links below each point to an article that focuses on one topic related to brain structure, function, or pathology.
The articles are relatively short, and should serve as good introductory material if you are looking to learn more about the brain. When people see pictures of the brain it is usually the cerebrum that they notice.
The cerebrum sits at the topmost part of the brain and is the source of intellectual activities. It holds your memories, allows you to plan, enables you to imagine and think.
It allows you to recognize friends, read books, and play games. “This is the definitive manual for taking care of your brain, so it can take care of you. Prevent one of the most important hidden agers of your body.” - Sara Gottfried MD, Harvard Trained Physician and NYT bestselling author of The Hormone Cure “Change Your Brain, Change Your Life is your manual for fully optimizing your brain.
Every 11 seconds someone sustains a traumatic brain injury (TBI) LoveYourBrain is a non-profit organization that improves the quality of life of people affected by TBI (including concussion).
We are the leading organization providing holistic support to the TBI community. In Know Your Brain, Nicola Morgan explains how the brain functions and how to make it work in the best possible way. With sections on intelligence and learning styles, keeping the brain fit and healthy - including Nicola's own delicious recipe for 'brain cake' - and lots of tests and quizzes, this book explores the fascinating thing that makes us who we s: Today is World Brain Day.
And we are celebrating with an appropriate series of book reviews. We will be exploring 10 excellent books about the brain. But these are not just any set of brain books.
These are books written by those who know it best. As neurologists, neuroscientists, and psychologists, the authors spend, or. Getting to Know and Love Your Brain There are three big helpers in your brain.
One helps you make smart choices. One helps protect you from danger. And one saves your favorite memories and your ABCs. Can you name the three helpers. Prefrontal Cortex (pree-FRUN-tuhl KOR-teks) I'm prefrontal cortex— PFC, for short. I help you solve math problems. Know your brain. [Bethesda, Md.?]: National Institute of Neurological and Communicative Disorders and Stroke, [?] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: National Institute of Neurological and Communicative Disorders and Stroke.
OCLC Number. Interesting book with plenty of individual case-studies from the authors own laboratory at the University of Tubingen in Germany which shows the remarkable capacities of the nervous system/brain.
My only criticism is the somewhat dry and literal - i.e. not systematic - attitude the author takes to the fundamentally semiotic basis of the life 4/5(21). Your brain on books Reading is an immersive experience that brings your brain alive - it creates its own images and ideas as you lose yourself in a novel.
But there is evidence which suggests that we can actually physically change the structure of our brains through reading. You’ll learn to see through the lies your brain tells you. Hanson’s four steps build strengths into your brain—counterbalancing its ancient negativity bias—making contentment and a powerful sense of resilience the new normal.
In mere minutes each day, you can transform your brain into a refuge and power center of calm and happiness. The brain is one of your most important body parts, so it’s important to know how to recognize signs that there may be a problem.
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Text, image. But don’t worry, there’s still time. Changing your lifestyle can guarantee good health for both your brain and body. In this article, I’m going to talk about these terrible daily habits that damage the brain.
My brain and I. Your brain is an extremely complex and delicate organ that takes direct or indirect action in all bodily processes.
Then, by consciously changing your thoughts and behavior, you can rewire your brain with a better habit. Lesson 3: Take these 4 steps to break a bad habit. As much as I love this, enough with the scientific mumbo-jumbo, let’s get to the actionable part.
The 4-step framework is the main point of the book and summary, so I’ll only touch on it.need sleep so that your brain can process the information it has collected during the To help your brain do this, you need about 9 or 10 hours of sleep each nightg Make two fists and put them togethen That's about the size 01 your brain.
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This book is a fun and fascination approach to understanding yourself and others.