Harnessing The Capacity Of Working Memory | Calabash | CEU/CPD Courses for Health Care Professionals | South Africa, Canada, Australia & the UK

Harnessing The Capacity Of Working Memory | Calabash | CEU/CPD Courses for Health Care Professionals | South Africa, Canada, Australia & the UK

In the 21st century, most of us function in a highly technical environment, with the support of the latest smartphones, tablets and computers. We rely...

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In the 21st century, most of us function in a highly technical environment, with the support of the latest smartphones, tablets and computers. We rely heavily on electronics to keep ourselves scheduled, organised and at the forefront of changing technology. Can this replace the capacity of our working memory or do we still need to enhance our brain’s executive functions, including working memory? With the advancement in knowledge, there will be an overwhelming cognitive burden of storing so much information in our heads. Dr Moonsamy will explore how we can harness the capacity of our working memory in order to make it an efficient instrument to support learning and everyday functioning.

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