Nature gave the human species a brain - one of the most sophisticated structures in the universe. It did not, however give us the manual with instructions on how to use it. Cognitive Neuroscience researches the brain’s characteristics. A Neurocognitive model of a person is generated to be applied in different areas and processes such as: emotional, motivational, attention, decision-making, executive functions etc. This knowledge, in turn, enriches educational, organizational, clinical, forensic, etc. processes.
- Contribute to the development of Cognitive Neuroscience, both at the national and the international level.
- To develop a system of continuous education in the field of Cognitive Neuroscience.
- Cognitive Neuroscience: from old challenges to new possibilities.
- Neurocognitive Basics of Leadership.
- Neurobiological Basics of the Motivation Processes for Learning.
- Toc Toc, Are you there? Attentional Systems in the Classroom.
- Neurocognitive Evaluation of Labor Licenses.
- 10 Fundamental Principles of NeuroEducation.
- Work Climate, Burn-Out and Stress at Work.
- Neurocognitive Bases of the Teaching Learning Process.
- Neuroanatomical Basics of Learning.
- From Management to NeuroManagement: Neurocognitive Bases of Organizations.
- The PODE for the Development of Executive Functions in the Classroom.
- The Emotion as a Base for Loyalty in Companies from the Neurocognitive Perspective.
- Foundations of Forensic Cognitive Neuroscience.
- Bullying and Early Trauma.
- Learning about the Brain, teaching with the brain - Can neuroeducation change education?
- Neurocognitive Bases of Human Violence.
- Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) in Applied Schools from Cognitive Neuroscience.
- Neurobiology of Moral Behavior and its Forensic implications.
The learning methodology is the neurocognitive model, which includes Memory Systems, Attention Systems, Executive Functions, Multiple Intelligences, Emotional Intelligence, Problem Solving, Leadership, etc. Learning strategies are centered on the student. The teacher is a facilitator of the process (autonomous learning). The goal is to develop content, skills, skills, attitudes and values.
The strategies used are multiple, some of them are: experiential and multisensory learning, case studies, exercises, presentation of videos, multimedia presentations, student participation in the construction of knowledge, interaction among students, working memory, semantic memory and autobiographical memory , etc.
Within the Bloom's taxonomy includes: Remember, Understand, Apply, Analyze and Evaluate
Teachers of all levels, psychologists, psychopedagogues, special educators, doctors and anyone with an interest in cognitive neurosciences.