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Neuroscience naysayers: why we need to be cautious about being cautious

For as many unfounded and pseudo-scientific claims there exist, there may well be as many terms to describe them…. Neuro trash, neuro babble, neuro myths or as I call them in my latest book, neuro nonsense. These are all used interchangeably to convey the same meaning – a piece of information that has been confounded, over-simplified, mis-represented and over-generalised and worse still – represented as the truth.

06/09/2019

Posted by Mine Conkbayir, Award-winning author, trainer and PhD researcher | with 0 comments

Head injury in the early years - be aware

The Child Brain Injury Trust, a national charity supporting children and families affected by acquired brain injury, have developed a CPD accredited training course specifically for early years practitioners. Find out more from Louise.

21/01/2019

Posted by Louise Wilkinson, head of information & learning, Child brain injury trust | with 0 comments