Can we change how we see ourselves with neuroscience?
AbstractHave you ever asked yourself what is your perception of yourself? And more specifically, what is your perception of yourself in relation to learning? Did you know that the perception of oneself (and in learning, and in many other things) is determined by the beliefs we have? And by beliefs we mean all kinds of beliefs, such as whether studying makes me better or worse, that our intelligence is invariable or can vary, or that we use ten percent of our brain or all of it (one hundred percent). Maybe this article will interest you, because it deals with these issues!
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