Kelly McLendon

Kelly McLendon is studying Environmental Policy and Journalism. She can be reached via email


Educators

How Intelligence Tests and Studies Helped Jean Piaget

While Jean Piaget, the famous Swiss biologist and psychologist is revered in some social circles, he is not very popular in others. Read on to learn fact from fiction about one of psychology’s well-known pioneers. How It All Started For … Continue reading

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Brain anatomy

Brain Functions: How They Work

There are many interrelated parts that make up the brain, providing essential functions necessary to human life. Human brain functions are responsible for humans being able to talk and reason, as well as process visuals and emotions. When you make … Continue reading

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Brain anatomy

An Emotional Connection: The Cerebral Cortex and the Limbic System

Did you know if you are being chased by an animal or you are thrown into another situation of survival, you’ll use your limbic system to deal with the danger? It manages your emotions and motivations as well. The limbic … Continue reading

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Brain games

Brain Teaser Games

Challenging your child’s brain is an important part to their cognitive development. Studies have also found it is easier to learn during childhood. “Neuroscientists have discovered that between toddlerhood and puberty, brain metabolism, as measured by blood sugar consumption, remains … Continue reading

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Brain games

Train Your Brain with Games

Test your skills by thinking outside of the box with brain teasers, also known as brain games. Maintaining Brain Fitness Brain teasers allow students to utilize their critical thinking skills, use downtime more wisely and enhance their creative thinking, while … Continue reading

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