Structure and functioning of brain on learning process
Keywords:brain, learning, neurosciences, knowledge
This article shows the importance of knowing about the structure and functioning of the brain, how it behaves in the learning process in people, from the moment of conception, childhood and during the rest of the development of our lives. For many years, human behavior and its evolution in constant learning have studied, which have allowed us to determine the learning occurs and the different appropriate conditions for it to be meaningful.
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