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... they may seem unchangeable, or believed to be innate. But we should not jump to such conclusions, which forget the roles of plasticity and epigenetics in setting up habits in the first place and maintaining ...
... in connectivity, known as synaptic plasticity, play an important role in the mechanisms underlying memory, learning, and intelligence. Anatomy began long before we knew very much about the brain. Physically ...
33. Intelligence - The Basics
(Neurohacking/Basics)
... than any computer. Most importantly, the brain is dynamic –it can change its own hardware as well as rewrite its own ‘software’.  This is 'plasticity' and it is one of the most important ...
... response to what they are exposed to. It's called structural neuroplasticity. "Key stages of development are language acquisition and social skills and if they're displaced at this stage, they may ...
... affects the brain's plasticity and we build new brain cell connections. Chronic stress though (where there is no physiological & hormonal relaxation) is anxiety, and anxiety prevents plasticity and ...
... NH theory. Genetics and most especially epigenetics has given us vital information that together with Hebbian plasticity have solved many of the mysteries of intelligence and given us powerful tools ...
37. Learning - Memory Research
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... of learning, brain plasticity, and how to get the best performance out of your brain in the tutorials.   Genetic Enhancement of Learning and Memory. Hebb's rule (1949) states that learning and ...
38. Plasticity - Old Brains Can Be Young Again
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
  Plasticity: With Neurogenesis, Old Brains Can Be Young Again   Stretching and relaxing the mind causes neurogenesis. The benefits of “learning how to learn” or following the ...
39. Plasticity - New Triggers Identified
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
  Plasticity, Visual Input Triggers and Brainwaves Identified   The collaboration of scientists from different fields is paying off. Several new exciting studies are revealing more about ...
  Plasticity & Epigenetics: The Basics   (This article is complementary material for Tutorials 1, 2 & 5)   Epigenetics It’s currently one of the most exciting areas ...
... (because resources (cells and nutrients) are removed from networks if they’re idle for any length of time). This is plasticity, enabling the brain to adapt, but whenever some networks are sparse ...
42. How does Intal work, and what does it do?
(FAQs/Intal (Tutorials Program))
  The recent discovery of the brain's plasticity has shown us that the mind is trained, and 'wired', through habit, and all that these tutorials do is enable you to practise the habits that improve ...
... adaptive ability of the brain is known as plasticity, and it plays an important role in the mechanisms underlying memory, learning and intelligence. We’ll be finding out more about plasticity later, ...
... an 'I' inside that manifests consistently as time passes, yet when we consider plasticity and adaptation it becomes clear that mind is constantly redesigning, improving and developing itself. Healthy ...
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