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Metacognition and Exercise

There are numerous studies linking metacognition (cognitive abilities) to the importance of sustained physical exercise in critical stages of neurodevelopment, such as childhood and adolescence. In addition to promoting physical and motor growth, physical exercise also significantly interacts with cognitive and learning abilities. This occurs through various physiological and metabolic mechanisms: 1. Angiogenesis (formation of

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Anxiety and Metacognition

Anxiety is one of the most common disorders in clinical practice; therefore, many scientists, doctors, and psychologists attempt to understand the causes of anxiety and the possible relationships between anxiety and metacognition. For example, individuals suffering from social anxiety disorder generally have a high fear of being negatively evaluated by others in social situations (e.g.,

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Symbolic play

Symbolic play is a common activity in the early childhood development stage, in which children use objects and symbolic actions to represent situations and abstract concepts. Symbolic play, also known as imaginative or pretend play, is a type of play in which children use their imagination to create scenarios, situations, or stories that involve abstract

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Dyslexia and access to Lexicon

Dyslexia is a learning disorder that primarily affects the skills involved in reading and writing; that is, in the access to the lexicon.  Some people with dyslexia maybe presents some type of neurological and / or sensorial alteration that justifies this disorder. In addition, in most cases it is about people who have had school

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Creativity – EEG – ALPHA POWER

Creativity News: A new study from Neuropsychologia Journal describes the neural basis of functional fixedness during creative idea generation. Date: March 10, 2018 Source: CNRS Unit 8240, Laboratory for the Psychology of Child Development and Education, Paris Descartes University, Sorbonne Paris Cité University and Caen University, France Center for Management Science, Chair TMCI, Mines ParisTech,

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