STUDY TIP #2 (continued) It should be clear that learning depends both on what we know and what we don’t know. To quote a wise-ish man (me): Everything we learn must fit in with what we already know. Like a giant jigsaw puzzle, we have to fit new information into our current mental structures. When […]
Here is what most people want to know: What is the brain made of? Is the brain really gray? Does the brain have four or six lobes? Where do you store memories? How do you keep memories longer? What are mirror neurons? Are they shiny? What is the blood-brain barrier? How does what I eat […]
Everything in the body is triggered by or interacts with neurons. Bones hold us up. Blood transports oxygen. Neurons make stuff happen. Biological psychology starts with an understanding of how neurons work. This is a multimedia study guide for my students taking biological psych. Each chapter has a video (or will soon), a synopsis of […]
We have good habits and bad habits. And some that are just weird. Most habits are helpful to us. Good habits include brushing our teeth, brushing our hair and showing up to work on time.
I like interviewing people. I’d like to meet both President Obama and the baby. Both would be interesting. I get to meet new people and they always lead me to other interesting people. So I have two podcasts dedicated to providing interviews with interesting people. Would you like being a magician, a marketer, a podcaster, […]