eBook: Heady stuff - why the brain's amazing

Sunday, 1 December 2013 to Thursday, 31 December 2015 from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

 


Neuroscience is the study of the brain and lucky for us, living in the 21st century, experts in the field are making new discoveries every day with enormous potential to radically transform our lives for the better.

Through their hard work, we’re finding out more and more about the neurological mechanisms for everything from creativity, genius and love, to racism, hope and memory, as well as deepening our understanding of one of science’s last great frontiers - the nature of mind or consciousness itself - by examining different parts of the brain and neural processes. Not only that, we’re also learning how we can radically alter our brain’s structure in order to dramatically improve cognitive function as well as reverse its decline.

Neuroplasticity is the buzzword of brain science in the 21st century and refers to the brain’s ability to change and make new connections, to re-wire itself and even grow new brain cells as a result of experience. Hence you’ll always hear speakers at our conferences including those lined up to present at Mind & Its Potential 2013 sharing with us the latest and most compelling news and research findings in this area.

In the meantime, we continue to stay abreast of and report on any news and research in the field as it comes to light and to publish it in our Think & Be Happy blog. If you’re a follower, you’ll agree it makes for stimulating reading. It’s also the perfect excuse to compile 10 of our most fascinating blogs on the subject into our latest eBook.

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