Smart Moves - Why Learning Is Not All In Your Head
by Carla Hannaford PhD
Deeply rooted in our culture is the notion that intellectual activity can somehow exist apart from our bodies, as if our body’s role is simply to carry the brain from place to place so it can do the important work of thinking. Dr Carla Hannaford, a university lecturer in neurophysiology, sets out to explore this myth. In a readable format she presents the body’s role in thinking and learning, thoroughly supported by scientific research. Carla uses Brain Gym as a primary movement program. She explains the neurophysiological basis of Brain Gym - how and why it works. Chapters include: - • Neural Network - Super highways to Development • The Role of Emotion • Vestibular System and Learning Disorders • Nutrition and the Brain • Movement • Drugs and Hyperactivity And much more...
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