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Your adolescent brain on alcohol: Changes last into adulthood

Repeated alcohol exposure during adolescence results in long-lasting changes in the region of the brain that controls learning and memory, according to a research team that used a rodent model as a surrogate for humans. A breakthrough brain fitness training program and entrainment system that you can operate at home. Improve brain with nothing more than […]

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Accelerated Learning Technique Is Simple To Use

Accelerated Learning is a very complete method, but here I’m going to explain one technique taken from the larger method.  This technique is extremely useful for memorizing – lists, vocabulary words in a foreign language, anatomical terms, historical facts and dates, etc. For example, organize a list of biology terms you want to learn with […]

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Optimizing Your I.Q. and Maximizing the Brain’s Potential

Everyone has heard of an IQ test. The potential of the brain is called intelligence quotient or I.Q. These tests use the theories of unitary and multiple, which is believed to the two main theories when studying the brain. Unitary refers to the part of the brain where the linguistic and mathematical capacities and confined […]

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Brain Fitness Neurobics Keep Your Brain Challenged, Healthy And Young

What are “neurobics”? Actually, this is a term you may not be familiar with, but it’s similar to aerobics. Aerobics are exercises your body takes part in, and they keep you healthy and fit. By the same token, neurobics are exercises that your brain needs to stay fit, too. And if you do this day […]

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Optimizing Your I.Q. and Maximizing the Brain’s Potential

Everyone has heard of an IQ test. The potential of the brain is called intelligence quotient or I.Q. These tests use the theories of unitary and multiple, which is believed to the two main theories when studying the brain. Unitary refers to the part of the brain where the linguistic and mathematical capacities and confined […]

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