Brain

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Learning – 3 myths about the brain

Misconceptions about the brain are embedded in corporate training programs and could be sabotaging their effectiveness. Companies should reevaluate them in light of the latest scientific insights. Myth #1: The critical window of childhood Most of us have heard about critical learning periods—the first years of life, when the vast majority of the brain’s development … Continue reading

Childhood Poverty / The long-term effect of stress on brain

Long-term exposure to chronic stress is likely to cause wear and tear in children’s physical and psychological systems for coping with stress over time Continue reading

Poverty, brain power and the Chicago’s School of economics

Poverty and the all-consuming fretting that comes with it require so much mental energy that the poor have little brain power left to devote to other areas of life, according to the findings of an international study published on Thursday. The mental strain could be costing poor people up to 13 IQ (intelligence quotient) points … Continue reading

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