A symphonic masterpiece of feelings, behaviors and experiences, as well as a warehouse of memory and awareness, it’s no surprise the brain is still a mystery to itself. So, what do we truly know about the brain? Better yet, what are we buying into that isn’t actually backed by fact? Let’s see what science says about the brain and throw out myths that hold us back from truly knowing ourselves. Continue reading Are You being Hoodwinked by Neuromyth?
Did you know it is possible to train your brain while being physically active? Here are multiple reasons from a neuroscientific perspective for why you should exercise regularly! Continue reading Train Your Brain!
The brain equally equips hetero- and homosexual parents to face the challenges of parenthood. Is society as adaptive as the parental brain? Continue reading Who cares? How the brain makes us rethink parenting roles.
Think about the wondrous fact that by reading this, these arbitrary symbols create words, then images and knowledge in your head. Impressive, isn’t it?
Have you ever wondered whether people also think in words or how meaning is stored in the brain? And if these “words” can be read? Continue reading Meaningful connections – On how the brain makes sense
For years, it has been believed that the brain was unalterable after a critical developmental period in childhood. In fact, the human brain is able to modify itself well into adulthood, and research is discovering better ways for us to harness this power to improve our lives. Continue reading Neuroplasticity – A brain with(out) boundaries