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Neuroscience for athletes students and coaches about brain

Neuroscience for athletes students and coaches about brain

Neuroscience: the study of how the nervous system develops, its structure, and focus on the brain and cognitive functions

What you’ll learn

Neuroscience for athletes students and coaches about brain

  • Neuroscience or Neural science goals, Nervous system, and different types of Neurons

  • Human movements

  • Interventions for athletes, coaches, and students in Universities

  • Motor cortex


  • Just an active listening and a notebook to write points down


After answering the test questions at the end of the course ( if you see 100% of the course videos ) you will get the certificate for this course that is useful for your future goals.

Studying the nervous system

advances our understanding of our basic biology and body function

. Knowing how things typically work can help shed light on what may happen when there are problems. It can help researchers find ways to prevent or treat problems that affect the brain, nervous system, and body.

A vast literature coming from basic neuroscience research already provides a remarkable evidence base for understanding how athletes’ brains support them during sports and exercise activity and also when, where, and to what extent an athlete’s brain is different from the one of an ordinary person

Why is neuroscience important in psychology?

Neuroscience has created new and advanced ways for scientists to assess the biological processes that underpin behavior, enabling professionals to make more informed decisions about cognitive interventions and treatments.

How are psychology and neuroscience connected?

Psychology and Neuroscience enrich each other; psychology guides Neuroscience in the approach to relevant questions that must be addressed and answered while, at the same time, contributing to the theoretical interpretation of the data obtained.

Is neuroscience good for psychology?

It has helped psychologists better understand the extent to which our brains are “plastic,” at every level of growth. This “plasticity” refers to how much our environment and behaviors can affect the development of our brains.

Who this course is for:

  • athletes, Universities students, coaches, and all people over 15 years old

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