Our brain is arguably the part of our body that defines us most.
And most people have no clue what it is doing.
This course will show you in a few short and easy lectures how your brain works and what this can teach you about yourself.
Learn about the most mind-blowing insights from neuroscience research and find out about the role of our brain in your personality, abilities, imagination, and consciousness.
What you will learn in this course
How the frontal part of your brain affects your personality
The hidden everyday functions of your brain
The two hemispheres: or how you are actually two people
How normal people become superheroes through neuroplasticity
Why our brain likes to imagine things and how powerful this ability is
Why we may not have free will according to neuroscience research
In short, you will get mind-blowing neuroscience insights and understand the role of our brain in our personality, abilities, imagination, and consciousness in an easy beginner-friendly format.
Here is a little secret: I wasn’t interested in neuroscience from the beginning.
Instead, I started as a psychologist.
But if you are interested in understanding the human mind then sooner or later this leads you to the brain.
Once I realized how much neuroscience can teach us about ourselves, I was hooked and found myself more and more in this discipline.
I realized that neuroscience is not as complicated as it seems and extremely fascinating.
So in this course, I want to share some of the most mind-blowing neuroscience lessons – including lessons that you cannot find in any other course.
So enroll now and get to know your brain.
Let me add that I want you to be 100% happy with this course.
So why not try it out?
Once you enroll you you can lean back and let the lectures take you on a journey through your brain.
And you can ask me any question you have about the brain.
Who this course is for:
Everybody who wants to understand the human brain
Everybody who enjoys getting new perspectives on themselves
People who want to understand the consequences of brain damage
People who consider studying neuroscience or psychology
Beginning neuroscience or psychology students
Interest in the brain