“7 Brain Myths” by ASAP Science
In these first two decades of the 21st century, there has been an explosion of information about how the human brain takes in, stores, and retrieves information, i.e. learns. Here are a few outdated ideas that we need to let go of.
ASAP Science is basically a YouTube channel that was created by Canadian “YouTubers” Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown. The channel produces weekly videos that touch on many different scientific topics, some serious and some humorous.
The video below reminds us that many of the assumptions we’ve made about the human brain (and which have made the viral rounds of the Internet) may not be true. In fact, cognitive neuroscience is still in its own relative infancy, with new discoveries about how the human brain works appearing with greater and greater frequency. Take a quick look at some of the things we take for granted as “facts” about the brain that really aren’t:
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