What does a memory in my brain look like?
Memories are not just about the past: they are what thought and self are made of. Clare Wilson visits the brain's vaults to find out how they actually work
Brain Hierarchy: When Your Child's Lower Brain Levels Are Weak, they Can’t Learn - Integrated Learning Strategies
Your child's brain hierarchy determines how your child learns and develops. How they develop when they are young determines their learning in the classroom.
The Chemical Synaptic Transmission - How It Happens - Interactive Biology, with Leslie Samuel
Electrical information is conducted through the body along neurons. But neurons are not infinitely long (although some can be pretty long and measure above 1 m in length) and they “synapse” on each other. The problem is that at the point of synaptic junction there is a “gap” between the first neuron and the subsequent …
Flipping Your Lid — Playroom Lubbock
Neuroscience is a 'Piece of Cake' Flipping a lid. Blowing a gasket. Freaking out. Having a cow. Losing your cool. You've heard similar (or worse) idioms. Scientifically, what we intend to say is that our emotions are overriding our prefrontal cortex. Dr. Dan Siegel illustrates the brain using the H