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PSICOLOGÍA DE LA PERCEPCIÓN VISUAL

LA NEUROCIENCIA ENTRA AL AULA III: APRENDER Y ENSEÑAR CON TODO EL POTENCIAL DEL CEREBRO I .mp4. Conoce tu sustancia psicoactiva (INFOGRÁFICO) ¿Cómo aprende el cerebro? Metodologías activas de aprendizaje. Ciencia cognitiva. Aprendizaje significativo. El aprendizaje significativo es, según el teórico norteamericano David Ausubel, el tipo de aprendizaje en que un estudiante relaciona la información nueva con la que ya posee, reajustando y reconstruyendo ambas informaciones en este proceso.

Aprendizaje significativo

Dicho de otro modo, la estructura de los conocimientos previos condiciona los nuevos conocimientos y experiencias, y éstos, a su vez, modifican y reestructuran aquellos. Este concepto y teoría están enmarcados en el marco de la psicología constructivista. El aprendizaje significativo ocurre cuando una nueva información se conecta con un concepto relevante preexistente en la estructura cognitiva, esto implica que las nuevas ideas, conceptos y proposiciones pueden ser aprendidos significativamente en la medida en que otras ideas, conceptos o proposiciones relevantes estén adecuadamente claras y disponibles en la estructura cognitiva del individuo y que funcionen como un punto de anclaje a las primeras. Características[editar] Subsunción derivada. Neural Network. Lucid Dreaming Techniques: A Guide To Lucid Dream Induction.

Here are my top lucid dreaming techniques for beginners.

Lucid Dreaming Techniques: A Guide To Lucid Dream Induction

They range from simple memory exercises (like Reality Checks and Mnemonic Induction of Lucid Dreams) to specialized meditation (like Wake Induced Lucid Dreams). Lucid Dreaming Tutorials For step-by-step tutorials and audio tools for lucid dream induction and exploration, check out my Lucid Dreaming Fast Track study program for beginners and beyond. Concepts of abnormality. Rethinking the Placebo Effect: How Our Minds Actually Affect Our Bodies. By Maria Popova The startling physiological effects of loneliness, optimism, and meditation.

Rethinking the Placebo Effect: How Our Minds Actually Affect Our Bodies

In 2013, Neil deGrasse Tyson hosted a mind-bending debate on the nature of “nothing” — an inquiry that has occupied thinkers since the dawn of recorded thought and permeates everything from Hamlet’s iconic question to the boldest frontiers of quantum physics. That’s precisely what New Scientist editor-in-chief Jeremy Webb explores with a kaleidoscopic lens in Nothing: Surprising Insights Everywhere from Zero to Oblivion (public library | IndieBound) — a terrific collection of essays and articles exploring everything from vacuum to the birth and death of the universe to how the concept of zero gained wide acceptance in the 17th century after being shunned as a dangerous innovation for 400 years. As Webb elegantly puts it, “nothing becomes a lens through which we can explore the universe around us and even what it is to be human.

It reveals past attitudes and present thinking.” Donating = Loving. Lucid Dreams. How To Lucid Dream. Eve Marder: "El cerebro no para de reconstruirse" Eve Marder: "El cerebro no para de reconstruirse" El Santo Grial de las neurociencias podría hallarse en un circuito de 30 neuronas situado en el estómago de un crustáceo.

Eve Marder: "El cerebro no para de reconstruirse"

La bióloga Eve Marder nos explica ecómo es posible que este minicerebro aporte valiosísima información sobre el funcionamiento de nuestros sesos. Imagina que has construido un avión y ahora tienes que cambiar todas y cada una de sus partes en pleno vuelo. No es posible llevar la aeronave al hangar, ni apagarla, ni mucho menos dejarla fuera de servicio unos meses. Bien, pues eso mismo es lo que le sucede a nuestro cerebro.

Los sujetos de su estudio son larvas de langosta y cangrejo, pero lo que a Marder le interesa son concretamente los nervios que forran sus estómagos. HeadNeckBrainSpine.

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Envejecimiento: Atrofia Neuronal, Excitotoxicidad Y Autocanibalismo Neuronal - Neurología - Zonamedica.com. Social psychology. FILD – Finger Induced Lucid Dreams. How to Control Your Dreams (Infographic) The Science of Sleep: Dreaming, Depression, and How REM Sleep Regulates Negative Emotions. By Maria Popova “Memory is never a precise duplicate of the original… it is a continuing act of creation.

The Science of Sleep: Dreaming, Depression, and How REM Sleep Regulates Negative Emotions

Dream images are the product of that creation.” For the past half-century, sleep researcher Rosalind D. Cartwright has produced some of the most compelling and influential work in the field, enlisting modern science in revising and expanding the theories of Jung and Freud about the role of sleep and dreams in our lives. In The Twenty-four Hour Mind: The Role of Sleep and Dreaming in Our Emotional Lives (public library), Cartwright offers an absorbing history of sleep research, at once revealing how far we’ve come in understanding this vital third of our lives and how much still remains outside our grasp. One particularly fascinating aspect of her research deals with dreaming as a mechanism for regulating negative emotion and the relationship between REM sleep and depression: The more severe the depression, the earlier the first REM begins. Donating = Loving Share on Tumblr. Milgram's Obedience to Authority Experiment 2009 1/3‬‏

The Whole Brain Atlas. Fundamentos cerebrales: Conozca a su cerebro: Instituto Nacional de Trastornos Neurológicos y Accidentes Cerebrovasculares (NINDS) Introduction The brain is the most complex part of the human body. This three-pound organ is the seat of intelligence, interpreter of the senses, initiator of body movement, and controller of behavior.

Lying in its bony shell and washed by protective fluid, the brain is the source of all the qualities that define our humanity. The brain is the crown jewel of the human body. For centuries, scientists and philosophers have been fascinated by the brain, but until recently they viewed the brain as nearly incomprehensible. This fact sheet is a basic introduction to the human brain. Image 1 The Architecture of the Brain The brain is like a committee of experts. The hindbrain includes the upper part of the spinal cord, the brain stem, and a wrinkled ball of tissue called the cerebellum (1). Brain.