Author: DynamicBrain Inc.
Publication: Monthly Newsletter
Published Date: August 17, 2016
Since July 24th, tens of thousands of people around the globe have searched for and trained on the “Double Decision” exercise from BrainHQ. If you haven’t yet heard about the breaking news announced at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference or would like to try “Double Decision” exercise, please click here to discover why so many people are seeking out and trying it.
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Your brain is naturally great at physics
Kind regards,Frieda Fanni
DynamicBrain Inc. is the Canadian partner of Posit Science Corporation providing brain fitness program BrainHQ in English and French.
When we think about someone who is good at physics we tend to picture people in white coats working with a particle accelerator or figuring out equations for quantum mechanics. We don’t tend to think that we’re all naturally gifted at instantly calculating complex physics theories, but that’s just what our brain does to navigate the world around us. Learn more about how your brain does this on a daily basis here
Similar brain structure links autism, ADHD and OCD
In the quest to better diagnose and manage autism spectrum disorders, researchers have found shared genetic roots and brain architecture to other brain disorders. Specifically, neuroscientists have found that patients with autism spectrum disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder all share a disruption within a specific cluster of nerves within the brain. Learn more about the differences and similarities in the patients’ brains here
How our brains evolved to read
The area of the brain that controls our ability to read is unique to human brains. So, how does this specialized location of our brain develop the proper neuron connections to let us read? Scientists have found that the “reading area” of our brain is seeded with connections that facilitate this unique ability. Learn how we are primed to create our reading brain here