The Intelligent Brain Professor Richard J. Haier Ph.D. University of California, Irvine Рейтинг курса 4.8 out of 5 96% людей, оставивших свой отзыв, рекомендуют этот курс своим друзьям Мозг интеллектуальный Профессор Ричард Хайер Калифорнийский университет Ирвина Информация о курсе 18 лекций | 29 минут каждая Автор: Professor Richard J. Haier Ph.D. Переводчик: born free Длительность трех роликов 90 минут Перевод: Озвучание Спойлер: Информация о курсе Перевод описания будет в ближайшее время! No feature of the mind is as important, controversial, and mysterious as intelligence. It is one of the brain's highest-order activities, allowing us to navigate the complexities of everyday life—thinking, remembering, planning, learning, organizing, solving problems, making snap judgments, and pondering difficult decisions. It is the epitome of brain function, and it has a powerful influence on success in life. And thanks to decades of research, we are closer than ever before to understanding it. Although many aspects of intelligence remain puzzling, researchers are now on their way to a detailed scientific explanation of what defines intelligence, where it comes from, and how it operates in the brain. Few fields of psychology are as crucial to the lives of people or the social policies of nations. An understanding of how the brain produces intelligence sheds light on questions such as these: Спойлер: Информация о курсе What's right and what's wrong with IQ tests? Can intelligence be measured directly from the brain? Can education or brain training enhance intelligence in children or adults? Is intelligence constrained by genes? What is the connection between intelligence and creativity? The answers to these questions help determine policy decisions in education, employment, health care, and other fields. They also govern personal choices about how we want to lead our lives and raise our children. For example, is it realistic to gauge school success largely by rising test scores? Are everyday tools such as electronic devices unnecessarily complicated for most people to use? Or suppose a pill were available that could raise IQ. Would you take it? Would you allow your school-age children to take it? The Intelligent Brain plunges you into a myriad of thought-provoking issues such as these in 18 stimulating half-hour lectures taught by Professor Richard J. Haier of the University of California, Irvine. Professor Haier is one of the world's foremost researchers on intelligence and a pioneer in the use of brain imaging technology to explore the workings of the human intellect. 18 Лекций Часть первая 1 Что такое интеллект? 2 Оценка интеллекта 3 Интеллект в повседневной жизни Часть вторая 4 g или не g— вот в чем вопрос 5 Интеллект и гениальность на протяжении жизни 6 Познания в раннем детстве и интеллект Часть третья 7 Гены и интеллект 8 Можно ли увидеть интеллект в мозге? 9 Что расскажет об интеллекте томография головного мозга Часть четвертая ( Вы тут) 10 Интеллект и детский мозг 11 Интеллект и пол 12 Интеллект и раса Часть пятая 13 Мы на самом деле становимся умнее? 14 Разум в миллисекундах 15 Интеллект и креативность Часть шестая 16 Можно ли усилить интеллект? 17 Интеллект, воспитание детей и образование 18 Таблетка для IQ Спойлер: О профессоре Перевод будет в ближайшее время! Посмотреть вложение 92573 Dr. Richard J. Haier is Professor Emeritus in the School of Medicine at the University of California, Irvine, where he has been teaching and conducting research since 1984. He earned his B.A. in Psychology from the State University of New York at Buffalo, and his Ph.D. in Psychology from Johns Hopkins University. Before his appointment at Irvine he was on the faculty of Brown University's Alpert Medical School. Professor Haier's main research interest is the structural and functional neuroanatomy of higher cognitive processes, especially intelligence. In 1988, he and his colleagues conducted the first modern functional brain imaging study of intelligence with positron emission tomography (PET) and proposed a hypothesis linking good performance on an intelligence test to efficient brain function. Professor Haier's more recent research with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has identified specific brain areas where gray and white matter features correlate to the g factor of intelligence and other intelligence factors. In 2012, he received the Distinguished Contributor Award from the International Society for Intelligence Research. In addition to his many professional publications, Professor Haier's research has been featured on NOVA scienceNOW, NPR, CNN, and CBS Sunday Morning, and in numerous newspaper and magazine articles.