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030. Neuroplasticity with Tim Mitra

030. Neuroplasticity with Tim Mitra

Update: 2019-09-29
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Where to find Tim Mitra onlineNeuroplasticity

  • Why should we keep learning?

  • Neuroplasticity in simple terms

  • The advantage of learning in 45-minute spurts

  • Compound learning:

    1. Short-term memories

    2. Long-term memories through repetition

    3. Micro-skill development (building functions in the brain)



  • Breaks help move memories from one level to the next

  • Use communication to reinforce learning

    • Explain and seek confirmation

    • The rubber ducking technique

    • Using emoji to punctuate words with emotion

    • What the ~ at the end of a Tweet or text means



  • Applying learning concepts to unlearning

    • The amygdala typically makes statements

    • The neocortex typically asks questions

    • Self-monitor and ask yourself questions to consciously replace habits



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030. Neuroplasticity with Tim Mitra

030. Neuroplasticity with Tim Mitra

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