Author: Dr. Krishnamurthy J Sustainable Development Goals: Current status of education and development Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) are a set of ‘global goals’ curated by United Nations Development Programme to … Continue reading
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Learnings and impressions through which we train our brains in young age will have a greater impact on us for the rest of our lives. Our capacity to comprehend and adapt to changing environments depends upon several intrinsic factors such as plasticity and cognitive flexibility which are very much related to the psychosocial environment, nutrition, experiences, etc. in our lives.
Parents’ Perspective on Effects and Benefits of “Brighter Minds” Cognitive Training Program: Results from an Online Survey in India
It’s easy to jump to the conclusion that your child fears math because they’re simply not good at it. But this might not be the entire story. This is because for people with math anxiety, there is reduced activity in parts of the brain responsible for working memory and mathematical processing, namely dorsolateral prefrontal cortex and the intra-parietal sulcus.
As humans, we rely heavily upon visual input to help us navigate through the world. Although, our vision plays a dominant role over the other senses in helping us appreciate the environment, it is not without limitations.
Cognition is one of the primary functions of the brain. Cognition is essentially a process of acquiring and understanding knowledge using senses, experience, and thought.
The latest advances in Neurosciences research positively affirms that cognitive abilities are influenced by training (Astle et al., 2015; Paul et al., 2017).
Let Us Look At What Happens In Our Brain, One Important Organ That Not Only Helps Us Learn But Is Also Responsible For Molding Our Personality, During The Process Of Learning.
In this article, the author brings together perspectives and insights about the needs of growing children in their formative years.