Neuroscience Introduction: Meet Your Brain!

Want a brief but intriguing peek into your mind? This short course will let you meet your brain, through Neuroscience.

257 Students

Course Highlights

  • Understand the four brain structures
  • Get an insight into behaviour
  • Learn the difference between temporary and lasting motivation
  • Find the links between parts of the brain and creativity, self-control, adaptation and focus

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Neuroscience Introduction: Meet Your Brain!

Gregory Caremans
Gregory Caremans, Course Teacher

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Course Facts

Lectures6
LanguageEnglish
RequirementsThere are no prerequisites for this course
Eligible for NUS Student Discount CardYes

Course Teacher

Gregory Caremans

Founder at Human Dimension 2014

More Info

Want a brief but intriguing peek into your mind? This short course will let you meet you brain, through Neuroscience. The NBA (or Neurocognitive and Behavioural Approach) is a multidisciplinary approach, developed through 25 years of scientific research.

NBA expert, Gregory Caremans will share his insight into how brain structures affect our decision-making and internal conflicts. He will take you on a journey through the four brain structures: Reptilian, Paleolimbic, Neolimbic and Prefrontal and how each one is linked to particular behaviours and character traits.

A few short lectures will take complex ideas, presented in easy to digest chunks. Discover the which parts of your brain govern self-control and adaptation and how we’re wired to deal with stress.

Take some time to meet your brain, and get some food for thought.