RE: RE: Study shows brain can learn without really trying

Date: Wed Nov 21 2001 - 12:21:20 GMT

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    Behavior (actions and patterns) is applied beliefs and ideas, but what effects the early (0 to 5 years) assimilation of our beliefs and ideas? Why does behavior feedback reinforce our beliefs and ideas rather than question them? Why can't we change these early beliefs and ideas? (aside from when we experience extreme psychological conditions)


    "Lawrence DeBivort" <> wrote:

    >Robin, I do see memes as beliefs/ideas rather then actions or patterns of
    >behavior. Behavior, as I use the term, ids the resultant of several
    >activities that take place in the brain, including the operation of beliefs
    >there, plus external conditions that limit or encourage specific patterns.
    >Does this make sense? Of course, others may define it in other ways. I've
    >found this way to be productive of analysis and research, as well as
    >practical application.


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