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Monday, July 11, 2016

Neuroscience In The News On July 11

These are articles that I found of interest relating to news about Neuroscience.  In this issue, I have highlighted an article about the brain and multitasking.

Please check out the article links below and feel free to comment with other information related to these subjects.  I enjoy learning as much as I can about the brain and passing this information on to everyone else that shares these passions.

This is for the week beginning July 11, 2016.

Please come back each week and hopefully I will have some more highlights.  Feel free to share with me ones that you have found and I may highlight those as well.

Feel free to check out the highlighted articles from July 4, 2016

The Brain and Multitasking

While we all want to believe that multitasking is great for all and makes us out to be a super hero in our jobs, there is research suggesting that this is anything but positive for us.  The more we do, especially challenging tasks and projects at the same time, the more detrimental and stressful it is to our body and our brain.  Stress builds up and when stress builds up, there is no real creativity or problem solving going on.  It exhausts the brain and the body in the process.  The following link takes you to more information and the source on the brain and multitasking.  [click to read more]

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