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lesson 8 brain matters - Brain Matters A Review Last Weeks...

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Brain Matters A Review
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Last Weeks Neurobic Exercise Did anyone linking a new odor with your  morning routine?   You are activating new neural pathways  essentially involved in memory
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Neurobics Review “Neurobics” – describes brain exercises  designed to facilitate neural growth The ideal brain exercises involve activating many different brain areas in novel ways. Some neurobics exercises we tried include: Brushing your teeth with your non-dominant  hand     Reading aloud or to yourself
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Review of Important Points from  the Recitation Lessons • Lesson 1-- Keep Your Brain Active   Keeping your brain active literally causes  neurons to grow   Which learning modality are you?  kinesthetic, visual, or auditory   The brain perceives the environment  storing those perceptions and holding  them in your memory
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• Lesson 2  Keep A Positive Attiude
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2011 for the course PSYCH 0817 taught by Professor James during the Spring '10 term at Temple.

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