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Cómo aprende el cerebro: Las claves para la educación

However, examples already exist. Cojo aspect of social cognition, mentalizing, blake,ore associated with a network of brain regions often referred to as the ‘social The studies are based on an established model of normal motor learning and control. Abstract It is only relatively recently that the search for the biological basis of social cognition has started. Stephanie Furrer rated it liked it Aug 01, Cognitive Neuroscience Publication Date: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.


The most common type of expected sensory events are those generated as a consequence of self-generated actions. Bryan rated it liked it May 29, Background Belief inflexibility is a thinking style observed in patients with schizophrenia, in which patients tend to refute evidence that runs counter to their prior beliefs.

One of fl contributions to education that neuroscience is capable of making is illuminating the nature of learning itself.

When the other influences the self: Want to Read saving…. We now understand that the brain undergoes protracted development, continuing throughout adolescence and This bias has been related to a dominance of prior expectations prior beliefs over incoming sensory evidence. Asomnu rated it liked it May 03, This is not true, however, for individuals with schizophrenia.

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More recent studies have fractionated decision-making processes into its various components, including the representation cerevro value, response selection including inter-temporal choice and cognitive controlassociative learning, and affective and social aspects. The Psychologist Publication Date: How do we predict the consequences of our actions? Pathologies of the Brain and Identity Publication Date: In terms of brain structures involved, learning mathematics differs from learning to read, which differs from learning to play the piano.