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Data Visualisation And The Brain

October 30, 2011
Data visualisation, or information visualisation, isn’t anything new, however we are generating and storing more data than we can process.
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The Non-Discussable Emotions

October 11, 2011
Emotions as a topic just did not feature in our conversations as children. So who do you think is going to break this vicious cycle of silence?
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Working Memory

June 29, 2011
Working memory is the ability to keep information in your mind for a brief period of time; this is essential for problem solving and for control of attention.
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What Does It Take To Focus

February 28, 2011
A focused mind is one that is able to eliminate distractions to reach the level of concentration required to perform a particular task or solve a problem.
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Advice And Feedback And Counsel! Oh My!

January 23, 2011
Neuroscientists discovered that when we are in certain social situations, our brains biologically react as if we are in physical pain.
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Strategies For Enhancing Memory In The Workplace

September 19, 2010
Assigning a topic to be researched and create a presentation on a new topic is also a very effective way to learn and retain information.
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Feeling Creative?

August 10, 2010
Feeling creative? Creative thinking allows people to solve problems on issues they are working on.
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Social Rejection

June 26, 2010
Most people will experience at some point in their lives what scientists call “social pain” : being excluded or ignored from a group by friends or colleagues.
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Are You A Control Freak?

June 01, 2010
Even though it is natural for the brain to seek certainty, a certain dose of fear can be useful to keep us alive.
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Multi-tasking

May 13, 2010
Multi-tasking requires holding several concepts/ideas in mind at the same time. The reality is that the brain can only hold no more than four at once.
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