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- How the brain learns. Parnell, Dale // Techniques: Making Education & Career Connections;Feb99, Vol. 74 Issue 2, p20
Looks at how the brain processes information. Parts of the brain responsible for specific mental functions; Resources on the brain's learning functions.
- research of interest. McGlannan, Frances // Journal of Learning Disabilities;Apr1975, Vol. 8 Issue 4
Presents several articles on brain development and learning. Temporal characteristics of the motor programs underlying the orderly sequence of eye and head movements in monkeys; Effects of complex environment on brain development.
- The latest on how the brain works. // NEA Today;Apr97, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p17
Provides information on how the brain works. Main principles of brain-based learning; Practical messages to educators of the brain-based learning; Why is brain-based learning revolutionary; How does brain-based teaching work; More.
- letter from the publisher. // Brain World;Spring2015, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p8
An introduction to the periodical is presented in which the editor discusses the relationship between the brain and learning.
- Brain Food. // Better Homes & Gardens;Aug2008, Vol. 86 Issue 8, p168
A list of activities and products to stimulate the brain is presented, including learning to play music, borrowing materials from the library and using Rosetta Stone's foreign language programs.
- The Seven Learning Styles. // Toastmaster;May2014, Vol. 80 Issue 5, p7
The article offers information on basic methods of learning which uses of specific parts of brain including visual learning which utilises occipital and parietal lobes of brain, aural learning of music and sound which uses temporal lobes of the brain, and physical learning which uses cerebellum.
- Correlations between brain activity and components of motor learning in middle-aged adults: an fMRI. Wadden, Katie; Brown, Katlyn; Maletsky, Rebecca; Lara, A. // Frontiers in Human Neuroscience;May2013, Vol. 7, p1
Implicit learning may be shown by improvements in motor performance, which occur unconsciously with practice and are typically restricted to the task that was practiced. The purpose of this study was to examine behaviorally relevant brain activation associated with change in motor behavior...
- Eyeblink Conditioning in Rats Using Pontine Stimulation as a Conditioned Stimulus. Freeman Jr., John H.; Rabinak, Christine A. // Integrative Physiological & Behavioral Science;Jul-Sept2004, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p180
Previous studies using rabbits and ferrets found that electrical stimulation of the pontine nuclei or middle cerebellar peduncle could serve as a conditioned stimulus (CS) in eyeblink conditioning (Bao, Chen, & Thompson, 2000; Hesslow, Svensson, & Ivarsson, 1999; Steinmetz, 1990; Steinmetz,...
- Universal Design for Individual Differences. Meyer, Anne; Rose, David H. // Educational Leadership;Nov2000, Vol. 58 Issue 3, p39
Contends that the principles of universal design when applied to instruction can guide the development of educational tools to accommodate the diverse needs of students. Nature of brain activity of individuals performing a given task; Development of the Universal Design for Learning tools and...