Hippocampus[ edit ] Hippocampus as seen in red Although many psychologists believe that the entire brain is involved with memory, the hippocampus and surrounding structures appear to be most important in declarative memory specifically. Aland proposes that the hippocampus does three things with episodic memory:
For the most part the presentation was well received, however I probably could have used a bit more polish.
The idea itself came not surprisingly from the good people at IDEO.
Or at least, from their words and deeds. Here be knowledge, here be expertise The phrase by itself is quite meaningless.
You need to dig a bit and take it apart in order to understand what it means. As a T might look like a person, you have to imagine the height of the T indicates the depth of expertise you have in a given field generally your specialty. The cross on top indicates the breadth of knowledge or set of skills you have across disciplines.
Not long ago at least to my recollection all we heard about was how the people who were the most specialized would get the best jobs.
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I like to know a lot about a few things, and a little about everything. Instead of occupying silos of expertise, teams are cross-functional — you get recombination and variation basically like sex with ideas and in general, better ideas and results.
But the metaphor is incomplete.
The difference here is that the bottom of the I is a grounding in practical experience. So, you have breadth of knowledge, deep expertise in one domain, and to cap that off, a lot of experience relevant to that domain.
Giving T-shaped people their feet. Thank you, BusinessWeek For my purposes, the presentation had to do with getting liberal arts majors interesting co-op positions, so I argued that while the liberal arts majors are quintessentially T-shaped individuals pretty much the only reason I have a History degree is because I also got to study Astronomy, Biology, Physics, Spanish, Anthropology, Geography, etc etc and therefore able to help connect individual silos within organizations, they are in need of their feet ie.
Hiring a liberal arts major is akin to giving them their feet.
And with these feet they will march off into the world, secure in the knowledge that while they are alumni of a major educational institution, they are also alumni of the first order at your organization, because that is where they brought their heads out of the clouds and got their feet muddy in the practical world of experience.
What does it mean? I used to believe in the world my parents grew up in — the one where you made the decision about what you would do with your life before you were 25, were most likely married, and probably had kids.
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David Whitmer was one of the Three Witnesses of the Book of Mormon. The majority of the translation work took place in the Whitmer home. I will now give you a description of the manner in which the Book of Mormon was translated.
Maycomb was an old town, but it was a tired old town when I first knew it. In rainy weather the streets turned to red slop [s]omehow it was hotter then bony mules hitched to Hoover carts flicked flies in the sweltering shade of the live oaks on the square. Swami Sivananda explains the importance of celibacy for spiritual practice.
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To preserve recollection of spirit or the constant union of the soul with God, three things are necessary: solitude, silence and the recollection of the presence of God. It was these three things which the Angel of God referred to when, addressing St.
Arsenius, he said: "Flee, be silent and rest.".