motor memory

Motor Memory: Why You Never Forget How to Ride a Bike

 

 Motor memory is the result of motor learning, which involves developing new muscular coordination. This allows us to recall motor coordination we have learned in order […]

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Imaginative play

Development of Cognitive Skills; Piaget’s theory.

 

  Crawl before you walk, walk before you run! When it comes to development, this phrase is certainly true. Before children learn to talk and […]

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types of exercise

Making sense of the exercise obstacle course; different types of exercise and their benefits

 

  Cue the groans! This blog post is all about the benefits of different types of exercise. Yes! You read that correctly! Although half way […]

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How to Improve Your Short-Term Memory: Study Tips to Remember Everything

 

  If you want to improve your short-term memory, look no further for some ways to help you out. Your short-term memory is what allows […]

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Types of memory-cognitive ability

Do You Know the Different Types of Memory? Train Your Cognitive Skills

 

    Where did you put the keys? Why does she look so familiar? What was his name again? Memory is one of the cognitive abilities […]

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Research debunks IQ myth: cognitive ability requires more than one measure

Research debunks IQ myth: cognitive ability requires more than one measure

 

  Research debunks IQ myth: cognitive ability requires more than one measure. After conducting the largest online intelligence study on record, a Western University-led research […]

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Marijuana can have wide-ranging effects

Marijuana can have wide-ranging effects

 

  Marijuana can have wide-ranging effects, such as short-term memory loss and increased heart rate. THC, the active ingredient in marijuana, “hijacks and corrupts” the […]

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What Happens To The Aging Brain

 

 Deterioration of the brain sneaks up on most of us. The first clue might be hearing loss, especially in the higher frequencies. We may be […]

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