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Make the most of your built-in computer! This blog focuses on the brain and aims to explore brain related concepts from the following angles. Neuroscience, Brain Fitness, Learning Brain, Fun Brain, Brain Music and Brain Meditation.

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  • The Multi-tasking Brain – Stories from the Web
    on Jun 16, 2011
    photo credit: niezwyciezony [View the story "Multi-tasking and the Brain" on Storify] The Multi-tasking Brain – Stories from the Web is a post from: Brain Training For AllThe Multi-tasking Brain – Stories from the Web is a post from: Brai...
  • Memory Process: How Do We Store and Retrieve Our Memories?
    on Mar 24, 2011
    The Memory Process consists of encoding, storage and retrieval. In this post, we look at the storage and retrieval process. Memory Process: How Do We Store and Retrieve Our Memories? is a post from: Brain Training For All...
  • Memory Process: How Do We Encode Our Memories?
    on Mar 24, 2011
    Have you ever moved house or transferred your possessions to storage? What does it involve? The memory process (also called the anatomy of a memory) can be explained by taking the example of moving house-hold inventory to long-term storage. This pos...
  • Long-Term Memory: What is that Elephantine Memory?
    on Mar 17, 2011
    Long-term memory involves actual physical changes made to the brain and is virtually limitless. So how does one go about acquiring an elephantine memory? What are the secrets of long-term memory?Long-Term Memory: What is that Elephantine Memory? is...
  • The Truth about Short-Term Memory
    on Mar 16, 2011
    Have you see Memento where Guy Pearce has difficulties creating new long-term memories? What that means is that he only has his short-term memory working for him. Think of short-term memory as a temporary holding place for your memories.The Truth abo...
  • Types of Memory: Importance of Sensory Memory
    on Mar 15, 2011
    I have a tough time remembering names even though I can easily remember faces, events, ideas and concepts. Does that mean I have poor memory? The answer to that is not so straightforward. In this post, I shall explore sensory memory and why that is s...
  • What every Brain Owner should know about their Memory
    on Mar 15, 2011
    Our brain is not so different from a computer after all. Here’s a closer look at the similarities between our memory and that of a computer.What every Brain Owner should know about their Memory is a post from: Brain Training For All...
  • How does meditation impact brain plasticity?
    on Mar 12, 2011
    Brain plasticity teaches us that the brain is constantly evolving. 70% of our brain cells change every day. Meditation changes the brain in many ways.How does meditation impact brain plasticity? is a post from: Brain Training For All...
  • How the Brain Works – Links 01
    on Mar 9, 2011
    Brain Awareness Week is from March 14-20, 2011. This post is a collection of short videos that can be very useful in classroom sessions and for students to learn on their own. How the Brain Works – Links 01 is a post from: Brain Training For...
  • Does your brain support multi-tasking?
    on Mar 8, 2011
    Everyone knows that multi-tasking means doing more than one task at the same time. Let’s face it, all of us multi-task fairly regularly. But did you know that there are different kinds of multi-tasking? Neuroscientists are beginning to accumulate...
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