Voice and Dignity: Every Brain in the Game

Every organization, be it a company is composed of people of different gender, background and divergent opinion. Each person has a unique rational way of viewing situations. This makes running of an organization to be challenging as the different opinions has to be harmonized for such organization to be successful. However it is quite unfortunate […]

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Sides of the Brain

The brain consists of the right and the left hemispheres. These are quite different in relation to how the brain processes information. In each and every person, there exists a dominant hemisphere which controls and carries out most of the brain’s activities. However, there is a consensus that both the right and left hemispheres carry […]

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The feasibility of rehabilitation in brain damage

Brain damage in general is a complex area to understand. Whether it is brain damage through sudden head trauma due to an accident or due to a biological disease it is equally difficult to understand. This is in large due to the complexity of the brain and the relatively little known about it. One of […]

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Recovery From Traumatic Brain Injury

Recovery from Traumatic Brain Injury Recovery from Traumatic Brain Injury Outline I. Introduction A. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is an important public health issue in the United States. B. TBI is caused by a bump, blow or jolt to the head or a penetrating head injury that disrupts the normal function of the brain C. […]

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The Brain and Cranial Nerves

?Biology 315. Anatomy and Physiology I. Chapter 14. The Brain and Cranial Nerves. Tortora and Grabowski, 13th edition. 2012. I. Brain Organization, Protection, and Nourishment. A. Major Parts of the Brain: brain stem, cerebellum, diencephalon, and cerebrum B. Blood Flow Through the Brain. : substantial; 20% cardiac output at rest; Lack of blood flow > […]

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Functions in the Human Brain

There are many considerations to take into account when discussing higher-order and lower-order functions of the human brain. It is an issue easily debated as to whether certain functions or structures are higher than another is. The argument discusses main structures and systems of the brain and whether they are clearly divided in terms of […]

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Are the mechanisms of plastic changes inducible in vitro

The brain is estimated to contain 100 billion neurones making up to 100 trillion synaptic connections with each other. Changes in these synaptic configurations in response to the environment give rise to a phenomenon known as neuroplasticity; the processing of information by the brain can be influenced by experience. Some areas of the brain demonstrate […]

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Brain-compatible and motivate adults

According to Colin Rose, author of Accelerated learning Action Guide (1995), learning styles are visual (40-65 % of learners) and auditory (about 25-30% of learners) and the least 5 % -15%of all learners seem to be kinesthetic-tactile (Rose, 1995) The Adult Brain: Majority of adults can maintain their mental abilities until they die if they […]

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Limbic system

It was Papez (1937) who first postulated that there were a collection of structures within the brain, whose interdependence was such that they might legitimately, be conceptualized as an interrelated system. Their function he proposed was in the regulation of motivation and emotion. It was MacLean (1949) however, who contributed the term ‘limbic system’ and […]

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Memory in the Brain

The memory Is a procedure that deals with the acts of retrieving, storing and retaining memories, thoughts and knowledge. Merriam Webster defines memory as the storage of things learned and retained from an organism’s activity or experience as evidenced by modification of structure or behavior or by recall and recognition. Memory Is Incredibly complex because […]

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