By Marilee Sprenger
Support scholars increase their reminiscence and make their studying everlasting through the use of the easy suggestions during this attention-grabbing consultant for lecturers. realize the place wisdom is kept, how it's retrieved, and what forms of studying reviews set off keep in mind.
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Each aids in critical thinking, problem solving, planning, and decision making. An area in the frontal lobe called Broca’s area is responsible for putting spoken words in order. At the rear of the frontal lobe is the motor strip. Here voluntary movement is controlled. The left motor strip controls the right side of the body, and the right motor strip controls the left side. The front portion of the frontal lobe is called the prefrontal lobe. This is the area to which many researchers refer when they describe higher-order thinking.
This structure does not house all of your memories. It simply catalogs them and sends them for permanent placement in other longterm memory storage units (see Sylwester, 1997a). Without a hippocampus you cannot form new long-term factual memories. The hippocampus is comparable to a receptionist in a busy office. When you call the office and ask to speak to someone, the receptionist pushes buttons that connect you. If the receptionist is unavailable, you can dial the number and listen endlessly to the ringing.
At certain times in fetal development, neurons migrate to specific areas of the brain. The brain accounts for only 2 to 3 percent of body weight, but it uses 20 to 25 percent of the body’s energy! 32 LEARNING AND MEMORY: THE BRAIN IN ACTION The Triune Brain Model Maclean’s model divides the brain into three specific areas. 1). Developed in the early 1950s, it has been used for educational purposes for the past 25 years. Although recent research has revealed that this model is too vague, it is still worth considering.
Learning and Memory: The Brain in Action by Marilee Sprenger