Neuroplasticity

Why It’s Important To Know That Sensing And Perceiving Are Plastic

Thanks to neu­ro­science research, we today know that we don‘t exclu­sive­ly absorb cul­ture through uni­ver­al­ly shared, stan­dard issue, human per­cep­tu­al equip­ment, but cul­ture deter­mines what we can and can‘t per­ceive. Our func­tion­al cog­ni­tive archi­tec­tures are changed by the cul­ture we live in. The impact of this so-called per­cep­tu­al learn­ing is big­ger than most of us imag­ine. Not only lit­er­a­cy and lan­guage, but also such fun­da­men­tal brain activ­i­ties, such as sight

The Beauty Of Snow

Dur­ing win­ter, it some­times snows in Ger­many, even in cli­mate change-raddled 21st cen­tu­ry. In the first weeks of Jan­u­ary 2019, we are expe­ri­enc­ing heavy snow­falls — a weath­er con­di­tion that results in a vari­ety of effects, from the impos­si­bil­i­ty to bike to work, over flight can­cel­la­tions or acci­dents. to snow­ball fights and deep pow­der ski­ing. Weath­er is a phe­nom­e­non beyond the reach of human beings. It is broad­ly pre­dictable but unforsee­able in its

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