Copyright © 2007 The Brain Code LLCWith all the healthy stuff that my wife and I have been doing lately, my 10-year old son has become very health conscious. He will often ask me 'Is this good for me?...
We get this question all the time. Do you sometimes forget where you put your car keys? Do you worry too much? Is it true that crossword puzzles can help prevent Alzheimer's?In summary, the scientific...
Today we are going to have the first out of 2 sessions discussing the applications of neuroscience to trading and neurofinance. Brett N. Steenbarger , Ph.D. is Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Be...
Today we continue the conversation about the applications of neuroscience to trading and neurofinance with Brett N. Steenbarger, Ph.D., active trader for over 30 years and author of The Psychology of ...
Copyright (c) 2007 Alvaro FernandezWe covered much ground on Part 1 of our interview with Brett N. Steenbarger. This is Part 2, and last. Brett N. Steenbarger, Ph.D., is an active trader for ove...
We can all Learn-and transform our brain in the process. That's the message in this Interview-Part 1 (out of 2) from Dr. James Zull, Professor of Biology and Biochemistry at Case Western University, D...
We continue the conversation on Learning with Dr. James Zull, Professor of Biology and Biochemistry at Case Western University and author of The Art of Changing the Brain: Enriching the Practice of Te...
The most important component of memory is attention. By choosing to attend to something and focus on it, you create a personal interaction with it, which gives it personal meaning, making it easier to...
You need to know that a critical component of memory is...attention. When you focus on something and give it a personal meaning, you make it easier to remember.Elaboration and repetition are the most ...
Copyright (c) 2007 SharpBrainsThe most important component of memory is attention. By choosing to attend to something and focus on it, you create a personal interaction with it, which gives it p...