How to Improve Your Memory Power with Brain-Boosting Activities

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The human brain is probably among the most complicated structures in nature. It weighs at around 1.5kg and consists of more than 100 billion neurons that pass along signals to each other. The brain is what controls the cognitive functioning of our thinking, speaking, imagining, planning, physical … READ MORE

Why Humanities Students Just Can’t Study Science, and Vice Versa

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There is an age-old rivalry on every university campus in the world — and it isn’t among fraternities and sororities. Since the dawn of civilization, humanity has been divided into two competing factions, each believing it is better than the other, neither understanding exactly how the other … READ MORE

Top 5 Books on Business Psychology That Will Help You Achieve Success

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In the competitive world of entrepreneurs and startups jockeying for position with established business, it is more crucial now than ever to get a leg up on those vying for your would-be customers. One crucial aspect to accomplishing this is to understand the psychology behind running a … READ MORE

The Philosophy of Learning and Educational Success

Noted Philosopher, Academic, and Educator John Dewey developed a unique perspective in regards to the concepts of life and learning. He believed there was a strong correlation between philosophy and education. Dewey was also a strong proponent of continual education though not always through traditional means. For anyone … READ MORE

How the Concept of the Akashic Records Demonstrates That Everything Is Connected

Many people preach interconnectivity, spiritual leaders and common people making their way through life, who acknowledge that everything which exists is unified. Whether this unification is perceived as based on energy or based on experiences and common ground (psychologically speaking). Looking from the perspective of everything being connected … READ MORE

Older People Can Learn Just Like Younger People, But They Use a Different Area of the Brain

Can old dogs learn new tricks? Why, sure they can, and so can we! The understanding among society has been that older people cannot learn as well as younger individuals. New findings contradict the notion that older generations have less flexibility in the brain. This flexibility (plasticity) is how … READ MORE

Learning New Words Stimulates the Same Brain Areas as Chocolate, Sex and Drugs

If you like having sex, eating chocolate or taking drugs (or all of the above), you are going to love learning new words. No, seriously, learning is just as stimulating and exciting as either of these “fun-filled” activities. Not saying that drug use is good or anything, … READ MORE