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One of the most exciting recent events in the field of neuroscience has been the discovery of Mirror neurons. Here’s an excerpt from a recent article in the New York Times:
On a hot summer day 15 years ago in Parma, Italy, a monkey sat in a special laboratory chair waiting for researchers to return from lunch. Thin wires had been implanted in the region of its brain involved in planning and carrying out movements.
Every time the monkey grasped and moved an object,…Continue
Posted by James C Strange on October 24, 2016 at 4:06pm
Everyone knows the Goldilocks and the Three Bears story. The lesson is pretty clear. Avoid the too hot or too cold soup. Pick the just right one. Beds and chairs, as well, should be chosen for their optimal comfort. What we are not told, enough, is that this is a lesson to be extrapolated to all parts of our lives.
If you know – or are – an excellent pedagogue, you know that the goal is to teach at the learning edge of a brain’s ability to adapt. Too much…Continue
Posted by James C Strange on October 24, 2016 at 4:13pm
Falls are a major public health problem across the world with an estimated 424,000 fatalities occurring each year, making it the second leading cause of unintentional injury and death after road…Continue