The brain and learning on initial students
Keywords:brain functions, cognitive processes, creativity, environment, playfulness
The objective of this research was to know and answer questions about the Brain, functioning and the relationship it has with learning in students in the initial stage. It addresses the different functions that the brain organ fulfills within the human body and how it has the ability to respond to the surrounding environment of each individual depending on the stimuli it receives from the environment.
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