Julia Araujo Posted January 6 Share Posted January 6 Hello dear colleagues! I took the initiative to begin a new topic for us all to discuss. Inspired by Dr. Bin Yin's introduction at our meeting posts, I would like to begin by sharing my personal experience with the subject. Back in High School, I wrote a revision about mental stimulation against cognitive decline. It has, originally, been inspired by a local perspective upon the learning and behaviour of population aged more than 60 years old. (In fact, teaching my grandma basic Mathematics had more to do with it.) With that in mind, I was able to provide a review that assured the correlation between mental exercises - such as varied types of puzzles - with a better prospect of life quality for those who belonged to the older percentage of world's population. Nonetheless, shall my first post bring us to a general (broader) aspect of this wonderful and fascinating topic for research, discussion and much more. In terms of it, both behaving (in a certain way) and learning, contemplate intrinsic mental stimulations. Whenever pursuing bits of studying; motivating your neurons to follow a new path and think differently; researching; posting for our dear Community Leaders, and learning how to survive the modern world (just kidding): it all has to do with behaviour. In an overall, being motivated by Neuroscience is what got us all here and it's a behaviour of nurturing a community that will lead us to even more learning experiences. From the academical to the literary aspects of this topic, what do you all have to share? Bianca Williams 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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