Last week, Scientific Learning (developers of our Fast ForWord(R) programmes) was pleased to host The Neuroplasticity Revolution, a webinar with Dr. Norman Doidge—psychiatrist, psychotherapist, researcher Continue reading
Chances are, you’re doing something else at the same time you’re reading this blog post—at least partially. Divided attention is just part of the programme in today’s “always-on” environment, and being constantly connected usually means spending a lot of time in front of a screen.
“There is an endless war of nerves going on inside each of our brains. If we stop exercising our mental skills, we do not just forget them: the brain map space for those skills is turned over to the skills we practice instead. Continue reading
During the earliest years of life, the brain sets up for learning through the development of language. This foundation has been shown to be the bedrock of school learning and the roadblock to success for many students.
Many a study has laid out the innate physiological differences between the male and female brain. Michael D. De Bellis and his team of researchers, for example, clearly showed how the maturing brain differs between boys and girls Continue reading