How do we learn?

We learn with our brains. Neuroscience, the scientific study of the brain and nervous system, confirms that the brain learns through making neural connections, altering the strengths of connections between neurons, and creating and expanding neural networks.

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What makes us unique?

The uniqueness of human individuals is the result of the uniqueness of the brain of every individual. According to neuroscience, the uniqueness of human brains develops initially through the first connection of the brain circuits, in which intrinsic mechanisms lay down the neural pathways.

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Use it or lose it

Research into the formation process of neural circuits has found that there is a selective process regulated by the electrical activity of the brain, which shapes the baby’s brain. The selection process of synapses depends on the activity of the neurons.

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Universe of the Brain

The brain, our amazing three pound universe, is the seat of intelligence and the source of all the qualities of every individual. Neuroscience, the scientific study of the brain and nervous system, confirms that the brain learns through making neural connections, altering the strengths of connections between neurons, and creating and expanding neural networks.

The neural circuits are formed by genetic mechanisms during embryonic development and modified through interactions with the internal and external environment. An individual’s activities, such as learning and exercise, can strengthen or weaken communications between neurons, and the change in the amount of activity can also enhance or reduce its function. It is these neural connections that make our learning and behaviors possible, and the combinations of signals among neurons results in all sorts of our perceptions, thoughts, and behaviors.

How Do We Learn?

We learn with our brains, and our brains learn through making neural connections. We see things with our brains not eyes, so learning through the eye, such as reading written words, is a brain function, just like a baby learns spoken language through...

Use It or Lose It

As a product of interactions with environment, the learning takes place at the cellular levels, and is governed by two fundamental principles: 1.  Selective Stabilisation and Elimination of SynapseThroughout our lives, but especially during i...

What Makes Us Unique?

We always wonder why some people can always achieve and outperform others.  What makes them special?  The uniqueness of human individuals is the result of the uniqueness of the brain of every individual. At birth a baby's brain contains virtually a...