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The Woman Who Changed Her Brain: Stories of Transformation from the Frontier of Brain Science by Barbara Arrowsmith-Young

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Boost Your Brain’s Hidden Abilities With These Powerful Facts

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Psychological Trauma & the Brain: Interview w/ Kim Shilson. Neuroplasticity refers to the brain’s ability to reorganize itself through new connections & brain growth. Awareness of this potential provides a sense of hope to individuals suffering from post-traumatic sequelae as well as their treatment providers. Treatment that considers the brain’s neuroplasticity can, in a sense, reverse the effects of trauma. A great book on neuroplasticity is: The Brain That Changes Itself, by Norman…


A Lively Mind: Your Brain On Jane Austen

"A Lively Mind: Your Brain On Jane Austen" -- surprising results that suggest blood flow in the brain differs during leisurely and critical reading activities.

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How Your Brain Works

Extensive (& somewhat technical) look at the brain and nervous system. HowStuffWorks "How Your Brain Works"

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Your Brain On Friendly Relation With Others

This is your brain. This is your #brain on sex...

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Writing Infographic: Writing and the Brain

MUST read!! Amazing-facts-about-writing-and-the-brain


As Little Girls and Boys Grow, They Think Alike

As Little Girls and Boys Grow, They Think Alike by Avery Johnson: By measuring the thickness of the brain's cortex and how it changes over time, scientists have found that boys' and girls' brains, on average, differ significantly at age 9. But by the time the participants reached age 22, the brains of the two sexes grew more alike in many areas critical for learning. These images are combined male/female brains. White shows areas of concordance. #Gender_Development #Brain

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15 Facts You Didn't Know About The Brain

Interesting infographic with brain facts #health #brain #science

Language and Your Brain infographic