Tag: <span>neuroscience</span>

Tag: neuroscience

Latest News: Online Brain Training keeps older people vital, research shows

eLearningworld News from the UK Researchers at King’s College London have discovered that cognitive training with online games can improve the everyday lives of people that are 60+. The research is based on a study of 7000 people over the age of 50 that were recruited through the BBC, Alzheimer’s …

Latest News: Disconnected professionals, neuroscience experiment shows interesting result

eLearningworld News from Marocco and the World Imaging yourselves in the Moroccan desert, stripped of all your electronic devices, with bunch of people you do not know. The only thing the group has in common is that they are high level professionals that in the ordinary life can not manage …

Latest News: New Study shows the Magic behind Memory and Learning

eLearningworld News from US Neuroscience and psychology research is brought together in a new study from the Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) on how sleep is affecting the memory. The result of the study shows that there are compelling evidence to support the model that sleep reduces …

Latest News: What do you get if you add Gamification to Brain Research?

eLearningworld News from US The answer according to Sebastian Seung at EyeWire, Seung Labs, is an engaging learning game to learn about the research of neuroscience. 160 000 users from 145 different countries are already playing the EyeWire-game. It is structured as a 3D-puzzle. Regular competitions are held and a weekly …

Latest News: Motivation in a Workplace according to Neuroscience

eLearningworld News from USA A highly motivated workforce is the key to become more profiatble, gain higher levels of customer satisfaction and makes employees not want to leave.  Research shows that extrinsic rewards like money and gifts can not explain human motivation, instead the scientific focus is directed on intrinsic …

The Century of the Brain and Computing Part 2: Learning

Our senses like sight and hearing, skills like motor skills and memory functions is managed by different parts of the brain. Therefore different forms of training are needed to develop different skills. From this prerequisite Torkel Klingberg, Professor in Cognitive Neuroscience at Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm says that “I want …