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Brain Rules: Summary of the Key Ideas - Original Book John Medina: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home and School by Evolvo

Brain Rules: Summary of the Key Ideas - Original Book

John Medina: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home and School by Evolvo

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There is still a lot we don’t know about the human brain, but there are a number of brain rules which can provide us with further insight into the workings of our mind. These rules can be used to improve performance or find ways to rememberMoreThere is still a lot we don’t know about the human brain, but there are a number of brain rules which can provide us with further insight into the workings of our mind. These rules can be used to improve performance or find ways to remember information better.Who should read this book:• People who want to improve their memory.• Anyone interested in brain science.• Students looking for ways to learn better and save information permanently in the long-term memory.In this summary:Chapter 1: Regular physical activity stimulates the brain and can improve your healthChapter 2: The need to survive helped our brain evolve over the yearsChapter 3: Learning changes every individual’s brain in a different wayChapter 4: Stimuli in the environment can catch our attention, but only for a limited timeChapter 5: Repetition is an important step in order to retain informationChapter 6: Establish connections between new and existing informationChapter 7: Follow your natural sleep cycle to give your brain time to process informationChapter 8: Try to avoid chronic stress as much as possibleChapter 9: Multisensory environments can enable better learningChapter 10: Our visual sense is the strongest and we use it to acquire new informationChapter 11: Male brains are different from female brainsChapter 12: Curiosity and exploration are essential for lifelong learningChapter 13: Final Summary