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IBrain : surviving the technological alteration of the modern mind

Author: Gary Small; Gigi Vorgan
Publisher: New York : Collins Living, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Neuroscientist and expert on brain function and behavior Dr. Gary Small explores how technology's march forward has altered the way young minds develop, function, and interpret information. iBrain reveals a new evolution catalyzed by technological advancement and its future implications: Where do you fit in on the evolutionary chain? What are the professional, social, and political impacts of this new brain  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Gary Small; Gigi Vorgan
ISBN: 9780061340338 0061340332
OCLC Number: 182964033
Description: xi, 240 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Your brain is evolving right now --
Brain gap: technology dividing generations --
Addicted to technology --
Technology and behavior: ADHD, indigo children, and beyond --
High-tech culture: social, political, and economic impact --
Brain evolution: where do you stand now? --
Reconnecting face to face --
The technology toolkit --
Bridging the brain gap: technology and the future brain --
Appendix 1: High-tech glossary --
Appendix 2: Text message shortcuts and emoticons.
Responsibility: Gary Small and Gigi Vorgan.
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Neuroscientist and expert on brain function and behavior Dr. Gary Small explores how technology's march forward has altered the way young minds develop, function, and interpret information. iBrain reveals a new evolution catalyzed by technological advancement and its future implications: Where do you fit in on the evolutionary chain? What are the professional, social, and political impacts of this new brain evolution? How must you adapt and at what price? While high-tech immersion can accelerate learning and boost creativity, it also has its glitches, among them the meteoric rise in ADD diagnoses, increased social isolation, and Internet addiction. To compete and thrive in the age of brain evolution, and to avoid these potential drawbacks, we must adapt, and iBrain--with its Technology Toolkit--equips us with tools and strategies needed to close the brain gap.--From publisher description.

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