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reuse Brain Mind

description Naming and describing the systems of the human body

gerry stewart

on 17 May 2010

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The Brain Mind Connection info overload interruptions stressed out what to avoid PowerPoint reading too many apologies distracting visuals what's good! prep! no distractions less words more visuals grab attention! present the way your mind works success convert words to pictures The mind We need to relax!
stressed brains - cortisol - fight or flight
disconnects neuron networks
stops Hypocampus creating new neurons
severe stress kills brain cells

70-80% of our brain is made up of water by releasing brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), which spurs growth of new brain cells. We used to think humans didn't grow brain cells, but that's because we examined the brains of primates locked up in cages who lacked both exercise and novel stimulation. Use it or lose it, bigtime We forget 80% of what we have learned within 24 hours
- especially the first few hours
repition is important organise alphabetically? Review content in bursts?
Write down and speak
Mind map it!
memories have different lifespans repeat within 30 seconds and nurons will not reset 10%?? A neuron is a highly specialized cell which is capable of conducting information in the form of neurotransmitters, chemical signals which can trigger a variety of activities or responses mens brains and women's brains are different! the brain pays attention to patterns suspicious sad disgust happy concerned angry surprised horrified verbalise Visualise tell stories include humour The brain is a sequential processor The brain switches it doesn't multitask you are four times more likely to make errors Everything in our universe is connected quantity of new ideas differences between the sexes human relationships more left brained language larger brains emotions spacial awareness susceptibility to disorders Emotions Sex Threat What you do and learn in life physically changes what your brain
looks like—it literally rewires it.
The various regions of the brain develop at different rates in
different people.
No two people’s brains store the same information in the same way
in the same place.
We have a great number of ways of being intelligent, many of which
don’t show up on IQ tests. Information coming into your brain is immediately split into fragments that are sent to different regions of the cortex for storage.
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