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Brain injuries are classified in two ways, traumatic and non-traumatic. Traumatic brain injuries are further classified as open or closed head injuries. An individual suffers from a closed head injury when they have been in an accident and the brain is caused to bounce around inside of the skull if there was a blow to the head, or the onset of severe shaking that is usually present in an accident. In a closed head injury, there is tearing, stretching, or shearing of the individual’s brain tissue. This type of brain injury is more frequently suffered from, than open head injuries.
...in an ideal learning environment, and scientists along with educators have gained so much knowledge about how children learn that school projects have cognitive design behind them. The cognitive revolution, which began with Noam Chomsky in 1957, initiated a flood of discoveries about how the brain works and learns, and teachers are able to apply this knowledge in the classroom to benefit students like Julie. This understanding of the brain increases exponentially as we move forward.
Just last year, neuroscientists pinpointed individual thoughts in the brain, monitoring the precise ... (more)
A reading prompt once challenged me to:Write about how you choose to write about others in your blog. (Friends, family, etcSeriously, does every other writer logically plan out their articles, essays, short stories and books with their left brain? I simply cannot function like that. When an episode or opinion has popped into my brain, I did not consciously choose to write about that topic or person. It was an eureka moment, that surprised me. I wonder,
"Where did that thought or memory come from? I haven't thought about him for years!"
Suddenly a story springs to mind. I have... (more)
The first time I read through this jumble, I only understood half of the message but when I relaxed it was easy. Also when the background is a darker blue (When I copied and pasted), it is very simple to pick out the words. For some reason it is even more relaxing and the words seem to pop up from the page.(more)
Our brains are highly sophisticated machines capable of producing amazing things. Sometimes it can feel almost like a computer that has a virus though because our emotions can hold us back. We often doubt ourselves unnecessarily and live in a state of paranoia that can seem like a nightmare that never ends. Many forget that we do indeed control our lives, and even in a state of panic there is a right way and wrong way to think. Anxiety is ingrained into us to help us, but only if we let it.
As much as it is our brains fault, we must take responsibility for the behaviors in our lives.... (more)
Although the question of whether the internet affects our brains did not originate with Nicholas Carr, his July 2008 article in The Atlantic Monthly titled "Is Google Making Us Stupid?"certainly brought the issue into the mainstream media. He contends that Internet use in general, not just Google, changes the brain. The statement is obvious, as all things we experience, especially those over an extended period of time, change or brains, neural pathways, and cognition. However, what agitated people was his assertion that extensive use of the web makes us think in a less complex, in-depth manner.Carr... (more)
...of Health study. ALL AMERICANS ARE GUINEA PIGS IN THIS ONGOING EXPERIMENT CALLED FLUORIDATION The prestigious National Research Council says major gaps exist in the fluoride toxicology literature and encourages more fluoride research, e.g. fluoride's effects to bones, endocrine systems and brain functions. It's time to retire fluoridation and take back our health and water from special interest groups. Tell your legislators and water companies to stop the unnecessary, health-robbing, money-wasting addition of fluoride chemicals into your public water supplies, Also, take action to end... (more)
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