Editor’s note: A look at the unconscious processing abilities of the human brain and how the brain can ‘see’ even when the eyes don’t work.
Editor’s note: Researchers have linked adaptive leadership skills with brain functioning and psychological complexity measures among active leaders.
Video of the week: Neuroplasticity: implications of scientific research on meditation for spiritual care
Richard Davidson talks about his research on neuroplasticity, the ability of the brain to change…
Editor’s note: The start of a very interesting series. Liked this quote: ‘We possess two amazing superpowers – imagination and the ability to collaborate and pass down learning through language.’
Editor’s note: A look at where art meets neuroscience. How will neuroscience explain our appreciation of art?
Editor’s note: Researchers show that inhibiting the prefrontal cortex – the brain’s thought ‘filter’ can lead to more creativity.
Editor’s note: How connections between basic survival functions, social and emotional reactions to the world, and creative impulses impact learning.
Editor’s note: Beware the folk psychology around neuroscience – of particular importance to L&D.
Neuroscience and Learning – Dr Paul Howard-Jones from Mike Morrison Neuroscience research is revealing the…
Speaking on a recent webinar on neuroscience, organised by the CIPD members Linkein Group, Bristol…
Why living in the moment is impossible: Decision-making memories stored in mysterious brain area known to be involved with vision
Editor’s note: Scientific research suggests the idea of “living in the moment” may be impossible as there is an area of the brain area responsible for using past decisions and outcomes to guide future behavior.
The CIPD LinkedIn members’ group has announced dates for the next three webinars in its…
The Chartered Institute of Personnel Development last week shared the first update in its ongoing…
Editor’s note: Research suggests that consciousness isn’t ‘filtered’ sensory information, but an active ‘conclusion’ drawn from information distributed across senses, space and time.
Editor’s note: Some useful nights in here – this is a transcript of a conversation of participants on a brain fitness course.