brain science


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Noun1.brain science - the branch of neuroscience concerned with the brainbrain science - the branch of neuroscience concerned with the brain
neuroscience - the scientific study of the nervous system
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They address key interests in early years intervention, particularly who uses brain science to argue for intervention and promote specific types of parenting interventions, such as politicians, policymakers and political advisers, intervention lobbyists, consultants, and evaluators, and chief executives and directors of statutory and voluntary sector services, and why.
Obviously, new developments in brain science can be harnessed to improve neurological and psychiatric care within military medicine, and a number of ongoing Defense Department programs are doing so.
Mind Wars: Brain Science and the Military in the 21st Century by Jonathan D.
Those findings have fueled the past ten years of teaching brain science courses to teachers, and so I begin.
com)-- Portland startup Happy Brain Science announces a new tool that teaches the science of thriving at work.
Doidge uses case histories and reports from brain science to bring together the research and its applications, making for a lively, positive survey that's recommended reading for any interested in health and recovery processes.
The projects, which are part of CMU s BrainHub initiative, propose innovative solutions to answer some of the most pressing questions in brain science and represent the university s strengths in biology, computer science, psychology, statistics and engineering.
Summary: Hazel Jackson, Founder & CEO, biz-group looks at brain science and its place in the work place
The New Science of Learning: How to Learn in Harmony with Your Brain offers any involved in secondary education the opportunity to understand the latest brain science involved in learning new material, and explains how sleep, exercise and one's senses can augment the learning process.
Kaku recaps brain science from the 1800s through the present and fills readers in on what we have learned about how the brain works and how our brains create our perceptions of reality.
The studies, led by scientists at the Allen Institute for Brain Science in Seattle and published in the April 10 Nature, join other recent large-scale descriptions of the brain (SN: 5/3/14, p.
Brainwashed: The Seductive Appeal of Mindless Neuroscience" (Basic Books, June 2013), by psychiatrist and AEI scholar Sally Satel and Emory University psychologist Scott Lilienfeld, follows the migration of brain science - and brain imaging in particular - out of the lab and into the public sphere.