The Educated Brain: Essays in Neuroeducation

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Antonio M. Battro, Kurt W. Fischer, Pierre J. LÚna
Cambridge University Press, Dec 16, 2010 - Psychology
The emerging field of neuroeducation, concerned with the interaction between mind, brain and education, has proved revolutionary in educational research, introducing concepts, methods, and technologies into many advanced institutions around the world. The Educated Brain presents a broad overview of the major topics in this new discipline: Part I examines the historical and epistemological issues related to the mind/brain problem and the scope of neuroeducation; Part II provides a view of basic brain research in education and use of imaging techniques, and the study of brain and cognitive development; and Part III is dedicated to the neural foundations of language and reading in different cultures, and the acquisition of basic mathematical concepts. With contributions from leading researchers in the field, this book features the most recent and advanced research in cognitive neurosciences.

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Mind brain and education in theory and practice
Historical considerations on brain and self
Building bridges in neuroeducation
Mind brain and consciousness
Measurement modeling and research
Brain development cognition and education
Epigenesis and brain plasticity in education
How the biological clock influences the learning process
Brain mechanisms and learning of high level skills
A functional imaging approach to learning and educational sciences
Brain language and mathematics
Evolution development pathology and its intervention
A crosslanguage approach
Cortical images of early language and phonetic development using near infrared spectroscopy
Education as a neuronal recycling process

Measuring growth in mind brain and education

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About the author (2010)

Antonio M. Battro is a member of the National Academy of Education, Argentina, and the Pontifical Academy of Sciences.

Kurt W. Fischer is Charles Warland Bigelow Professor of Education and Human Development, and Director of the Mind, Brain, and Education Graduate School of Education, Harvard University.

Pierre J. LÚna is Emeritus Professor of Astrophysics at the UniversitÚ Paris VII and a member of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences.