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Infographics Science: The Surprising Way The Brain Processes Visuals - 12 views

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    I find this post quite fascinating as it addresses how the brain functions through the use of visuals in the form of infographics. The post provides infographics along with visuals that illustrate how the brain interprets them. The article wraps up pointing out "5 quick takeaways for better visuals at a glance".
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GoNoodle - 13 views

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    Interesting site offers short "brain breaks" in the form of videos incorporating colorful characters, subject content, and yoga-like elements such as stretching, breathing, mild exercise. Goes along with research into exercise/activity and the brain.
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Education, the Brain and Common Core State Standards | Edutopia - 10 views

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Nine Stubborn Brain Myths That Just Won't Die, Debunked by Science - 26 views

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    "Nine Stubborn Brain Myths That Just Won't Die, Debunked by Science"
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Free Classroom Guides and Educational Downloads for 2012 | Edutopia - 26 views

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    " Six Tips for Brain-Based Learning "
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| thinkery.me - 16 views

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    "thinkery helps you focus on the important things and lets you access tons of information in an instant. it is your extended brain on steroids."
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Inside the Brain: An Interactive Tour - 27 views

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    Interactive tour of human brain via Tech & Learning.
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Smart-Kit - Online Puzzles, Brain Games, Jigsaw Puzzles and More - - 24 views

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    For years, people have made the mistake in believing they can keep their mind sharp by merely doing crossword puzzles (although recently, Sudoku seems to have taken its place). True cognitive fitness, however, stems from immersing your mind in a wide variety of challenges and puzzle types. Here at www.smart-kit.com, you have the chance to stimulate and exercise not just one- but many areas of your brain with a great collection of puzzles and brain teasers, brain games, trivia quizzes, and jigsaw puzzles.
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Technology Changes Brains| The Committed Sardine - 13 views

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    From Ian Jukes website: video interview on CNN Dr. Gary Small discusses his book iBrain and how technology changes the brain.
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Your Brain on Computers - Attached to Technology and Paying a Price - NYTimes.com - 10 views

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    This is your brain on computers. Scientists say juggling e-mail, phone calls and other incoming information can change how people think and behave. They say our ability to focus is being undermined by bursts of information.
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Can video games inspire altruism? - 11 views

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    A new study suggests that video games can be a force for good, finding that games with positive objectives can actually inspire people to perform acts of altruism.
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USA Hockey Bagged Gold at Brain Fitness Innovation Awards - 7 views

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    The brain fitness award has gone to USA hockey team for their continuous brain training and fitness. The hockey players developed perception and decision making skills with the help of its innovate cognitive training system designed by ACE and Bird Foundation. The game like training improved their performance and won more games than before. Congrats!!
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Cognitive Training Identified as Protective Factor with Highest Evidence - 14 views

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    In recent NIH Alzeimer's cognitive decline prevention report, it has been observed that Cognitive training identified as protective factor, with highest evidence. Read more at sharpbrains.com
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Brain Games: Play Free Puzzle Games Online, Free Puzzles - 23 views

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    Brain Based learning games
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Scientific citique of BBC / Nature Brain Training Experiment - 8 views

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    A quick synopsis from the BBC show Bang Goes the Theory worked with the study authors to provide a test of the hypothesis that commercially available brain training programs transfer to general cognitive abilities.
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