The Critical Period Hypothesis and Popular Belief. The Critical Period Hypothesis is the academic name for what most of us have come to believe about adults and language learning. Its basic outline is that there’s a fixed period of time in which you can really learn Author: Alex Breeden.
Presumably, second-language (L2) learning is mediated by changes in the brain. Little is known about what changes in the brain, how the brain changes, or when these changes occur during learning. Here, we illustrate by way of example how modern brain-based methods can be used to discern some of the Cited by: 181.
Scope of practice in speech-language pathology [Scope of Swallowing problems in adults with traumatic brain injury. Seminars in Neurology, 16(4), 349-53. Cicerone, K. D. (2006). Cognitive rehabilitation. In N. D. Zasler, D. I. Katz Comparison of error-based and errorless learning for people with severe traumatic brain injury: Study.
Mar 07, 2016 · Practical brain-aware facilitation tailored to the adult brain Facilitating Learning with the Adult Brain in Mind explains how the brain works, and how to help adults learn, develop, and perform more effectively in various settings. Recent neurobiological discoveries have challenged long-held assumptions that logical, rational thought is the preeminent approach to knowing.Author: Kathleen Taylor, Catherine Marienau.