• 08.11.2018
      07:50 Uhr
      Planet Schule: Your Brain - Remember! WDR Fernsehen
       

      Part three explains how our memory works. When Christian remember things, lots of his nerve cells work together, again, organised in neural networks. Even while he is sleeping, his brain sorts out what he has experienced during the day thus reinforcing his memories. The film clarifies that there are different ways of memory storage in the brain and explains the difference between short- and long-term memory. We also learn that while remembering, the brain can change the interpretation of things that happened in a way that can lead us to "falsified" memories.

      Donnerstag, 08.11.18
      07:50 - 08:05 Uhr (15 Min.)
      15 Min.

      Part three explains how our memory works. When Christian remember things, lots of his nerve cells work together, again, organised in neural networks. Even while he is sleeping, his brain sorts out what he has experienced during the day thus reinforcing his memories. The film clarifies that there are different ways of memory storage in the brain and explains the difference between short- and long-term memory. We also learn that while remembering, the brain can change the interpretation of things that happened in a way that can lead us to "falsified" memories.

       

      Our brain has to deal with lots of information - every single moment. So, the most important thing for our brain is to select important things and to ignore or forget less important ones. In three short films, the television program "Your brain!" explains how our brain copes with this sensory overload and pictures the functionality of our amazing brain.

      Part three explains how our memory works. When Christian remember things, lots of his nerve cells work together, again, organised in neural networks. Even while he is sleeping, his brain sorts out what he has experienced during the day thus reinforcing his memories. The film clarifies that there are different ways of memory storage in the brain and explains the difference between short- and long-term memory. We also learn that while remembering, the brain can change the interpretation of things that happened in a way that can lead us to "falsified" memories.

      Our brain has to deal with lots of information - every single moment. So, the most important thing for our brain is to select important things and to ignore or forget less important ones. In three short films, the television program "Your brain!" explains how our brain copes with this sensory overload and pictures the functionality of our amazing brain.

      Part three explains how our memory works. When Christian remember things, lots of his nerve cells work together, again, organised in neural networks. Even while he is sleeping, his brain sorts out what he has experienced during the day thus reinforcing his memories. The film clarifies that there are different ways of memory storage in the brain and explains the difference between short- and long-term memory. We also learn that while remembering, the brain can change the interpretation of things that happened in a way that can lead us to "falsified" memories.

      Our brain has to deal with lots of information - every single moment. So, the most important thing for our brain is to select important things and to ignore or forget less important ones. Otherwise we could not learn and we could not remember anything. We even would not know who we are. In three short films, the television program "Your brain!" explains how our brain copes with this sensory overload and pictures the functionality of our amazing brain. The films feature the everyday life of three teenagers, Mike, Felicitas and Christian, and tag along with them at home, at school, during their spare time. Every day for them is full of challenges and their brains are working every second. They learn new things, recall things that happened before or forget stuff that is not as important for them.

      Written and directed by science journalists Ilka aus der Mark and Ismeni Walter this program presents a mixture of documentary soap and gravic novel and explains how our brain deals with stimuli and information and how it handles emotions or distraction. In interview bits well known neuroscientist Prof. Manfred Spitzer of the University of Ulm explains some interesting details of the ways of our brain and gives tips for effective learning.

      Our brain has to deal with lots of information - every single moment. So, the most important thing for our brain is to select important things and to ignore or forget less important ones. Otherwise we could not learn and we could not remember anything. We even would not know who we are. In three short films, the television program "Your brain!" explains how our brain copes with this sensory overload and pictures the functionality of our amazing brain. The films feature the everyday life of three teenagers, Mike, Felicitas and Christian, and tag along with them at home, at school, during their spare time. Every day for them is full of challenges and their brains are working every second. They learn new things, recall things that happened before or forget stuff that is not as important for them.

      Written and directed by science journalists Ilka aus der Mark and Ismeni Walter this program presents a mixture of documentary soap and gravic novel and explains how our brain deals with stimuli and information and how it handles emotions or distraction. In interview bits well known neuroscientist Prof. Manfred Spitzer of the University of Ulm explains some interesting details of the ways of our brain and gives tips for effective learning.

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