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Brain Hierarchy: When Your Child's Lower Brain Levels Are Weak, they Can’t Learn

Brain Hierarchy: When Your Child's Lower Brain Levels Are Weak, they Can’t Learn | ilslearningcorner.com

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Zapping the Brain Makes People Obey Social Norms

Zapping the Brain Makes People Obey Social Norms | LiveScience, ...brain stimulation, risk of severe brain damage, punishment mentality, mind control, problems & negative side effect of ECT.

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Twelve Strategies to Get From Working Memory to Long Term Memory

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Learning best when you rest: Sleeping after processing new info most effective

It has been found that sleeping soon after learning benefited both types of declarative memory, this means that it would be a good thing to rehearse any information you need to remember just prior to going to bed. In some sense, you may be 'telling' the sleeping brain what to consolidate.

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difference between procedural memory and declarative memory - -Greater impairment in declarative memory associated with MILD Neurocognitive Disorder

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Bessel van der Kolk, et al., 1996, Traumatic Stress effects on declarative memory (hypothesized).

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Procedural (implicit) Memory = refers to unconscious memories such as skills (e.g. learning to ride a bicycle) Declarative (explicit) Memory = refers to memories which can be consciously recalled such as facts and knowledge. Declarative memory can be divided into two categories: episodic memory which stores specific personal experiences and semantic memory which stores factual information.

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