Twenty-Fifth Edition of Brain Blogging Carnival

Brain Blogger’s 35th edition of the Brain Blogging Carnival. It includes these links. All the descriptions are straight from Brain Blogger. There are about 15 other interesting stories to delve into, but here are a few:

Read or Die! presents Increase your Brainpower now!:

As I was reading the January issue of Reader’s Digest mag I found these tips on how to increase brainpower. Check them out; these might help you prepare yourself before taking an exam or before taking the MENSA test.

Sharp Brain presents Cognitive and Emotional Development Through Play:

Play is rapidly disappearing from our homes, our schools, and our neighborhoods. Over the last two decades alone, children have lost eight hours of free, unstructured, and spontaneous play a week. More than 30,000 schools in the United States have eliminated recess to make more time for academics.

Read or Die! presents Increase your Brainpower now!:

As I was reading the January issue of Reader’s Digest mag I found these tips on how to increase brainpower. Check them out; these might help you prepare yourself before taking an exam or before taking the MENSA test.

The Next 45 Years presents 30 True Things You Need to Know Now:

If the map doesn’t agree with the ground, the map is wrong. We are given mental maps as children. Our parents and other adults tell us what is right and what is wrong – sometimes they don’t always get it, well, right. Now as adults, when we find the maps we have relied on for so long can get us lost, we need to recalibrate and create more reliable guides based on what we now know to be true and where we want to go.

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