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Sunday, 21 January 2018

Shocking things!! you don't really know about the power of the human brain

The secret of academic success:

THE POWER OF HUMAN BRAIN


THE BRAIN

The brain is one of the largest and most complex organ in the human body,it is made up of more than 100 billion nerves that communicate in trillions of connections called SYNAPSES,the brain is made up of many special areas that work together.

1) The Cortex

This is the outermost layer of brain cell,thinking and voluntary movements begin in the cortex.

2) The Brain Stem

This is between the spinal cord and the rest of the brain,basic functions like breathing and sleep are controlled here.

3) The Basal Ganglia

These are cluster of structures in the centre of the brain,the basal ganglia co-ordinate messages between multiple other brain areas.

4) Cerebellum

It is the base and the back of the brain,the cerebellum is responsible for                     co-ordination and balance,the brain is also divided into serveral lobes. i.e;

a) The frontal lobes are responsible for problem solving and judgement and motor            function
b) The parietal lobes manage sensation,handwriting and body position.
c) The temporal lobes are involved with memory and hearing.
d) The occipital lobes contain the brain's visual processing.

HOW TO DEVELOP RETENTIVE MEMORY AS A STUDENT

       Memory is a partner in developing all other mental skills.The key to learning is the brain's ability to convert a current experience into code and store it,the experience can be recalled for your benefit.Memory therefore,is a process of retaining,storing and recalling experiences and information back again when needed,it is also the storage and retrieval of information from past experience.Here are some ways of developing retentive memory:

1) Proper organization of information

2) Understanding,if you understand the information:

     it is easier for you,to remember it when needed.

3) Proper retrieval cues

4) Deep processing of what is Learned:

     Read once for understanding,twice to process the information,processing it in      a manner so as to link it up with information already stored in the memory,
     information processed in the rehearsal buffer may be passed along to the              long term memory and the one not processed is lost or forgotten.              


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  Written By: MARVELLOUS IFEANYICHUKWU

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