Wenn jemand meinen folgenden Artikel auf Deutsch lesen und vielleicht mit dem Englischen vergleichen möchte, klicke hier:ZumGehirn
Übrigens, im “Spiegel” habe ich diese fantastische Grafik – Reise ins Gehirn- zur Zusammensetzung des Gehirns, sowie der jeweiligen Funktionen der Teile gefunden:http://www.spiegel.de/flash/flash-22620.html
I’ve recently read on Jerry Ferlazzo‘s blog about the following amazing website, sub-divided into windows, concerning the study of the brain and nervous system that applies to countless facets of our daily life from decisions we take about spending money,to the way we see ourselves and others or the impact of brain function on learning, planning or criminal behavour or why there are 50 million people worldwide suffering from epiplepsy. We are also told that environmental changes are very real stressors affecting brain and behavour.
The more than 1’000 scientifically reviewed and comprehensible articles can really help us, the laymen/learners, to understand more about this organ, about the fact that we learn much more easily, if we are passionate about something but that perseverance is needed. And don’t forget that if you want to become a healthy old person you have to follow certain rules.
The site http://www.brainfacts.org/ by The KAVLI Foundation, Gatsby Charitable Foundation and SfN society for neuroscience may have answers to your many questions on this topic.
I also add the link to a video within this fascinating website called the ASCENT and which shows a brief history on the brain.
On my site I’ve also published an article with exercices about the brain (synapses) and in connection with learning