Category Archives: Education (The Guardian)

Is the internet killing our brains? – The Guardian (Oct 08, 2016)

Is the internet killing our brains? – The Guardian (Oct 08, 2016) Throughout history, people have always worried about new technologies. The fear that the human brain cannot cope with the onslaught of information made possible by the latest development … Continue reading

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Does music really help you concentrate? – The Guardian (Aug 20, 2016)

Does music really help you concentrate? – The Guardian (Aug 20, 2016) Many people listen to music while they’re carrying out a task, whether they’re studying for an exam, driving a vehicle or even reading a book. Many of these … Continue reading

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How physical exercise makes your brain work better – The Guardian (June 18, 2016)

How physical exercise makes your brain work better – The Guardian (June 18, 2016) The brain is often described as being “like a muscle”. It’s a comparison that props up the brain training industry and keeps school children hunched over … Continue reading

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If you can’t imagine things, how can you learn? – The Guardian (June 04, 2016)

If you can’t imagine things, how can you learn? – The Guardian (June 04, 2016) Never underestimate the power of visualisation. It may sound like a self-help mantra, but a growing body of evidence shows that mental imagery can accelerate learning … Continue reading

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