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Volume #2   Issue #8

ISSN: 0219-7642    Feb 06, 2004

Andrew Loh, Publisher

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  4. Brainy Product

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>> EDITORIAL

Hi Everyone,

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By the way, for the past two months I've been struggling to work on my MBA dissertation and I'm almost half-way through. Incidentally, my thesis topic is related to email marketing.  Amid the threats such as spamming, virus-laden email, email overloaded and etc,  it is a big challenge facing email marketers today. And I would like to find out how relationship marketing would help in email marketing by improving brand awareness, credibility as well as trust.

The research methodology in this study will be based on quantitative research approach using web-based survey method. I'm in the process of preparing set of questionnaires. While the online survey participation is strictly voluntarily, but I sincerely hope that YOU can participate. And I assure your identity will be remained anonymous. So, watch your email over next few weeks for this online survey. Thanks in advance.  Take care.

p/s: If you think I did not do a good job on BrainyZine recently, that was the reason, I'm busy with my thesis. I hope you can forgive me ....8-)

Andrew Loh
Publisher & Editor, BrainyZine
andrew @ brainy-child.com

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>> FEATURE ARTICLE

Smart Drugs
By Eric H. Chudler, Ph.D, Department of Anesthesiology,
University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

Wouldn't it be nice if you could swallow a pill rather than study for a test? Are there such "smart pills"? Perhaps you could take a pill and get a "mental tune-up" if you are feeling a bit dull. 

Read also, Should We Say No To Smart Drugs?

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By Douglas J. Mason & Et al
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Like clay, memory needs applied energy to give it form. However, this energy is often blocked by negative thoughts about aging and memory. Building on this underlying principle, this workbook shows readers how to rewire the mental habits that interfere with memory functioning and offers practical solutions based on the latest scientific research. Anyone at any age, the authors say, can tap into the natural strength of the brain's multiple memory systems. Through innovative techniques, exercises, games, and puzzles, readers learn how to maximize the receptiveness of their senses, focus on what is important and block out what isn't, rehearse and imprint information, and use visual imagery to retain experiences.  

 


>> LATEST BRAINY NEWS


LSU Professor Explores the Healing Power of Music
LSU Highlights Jan, 2004

Louisiana State University Music professor, Jane Cassidy is conducting research at Baton Rouge's Woman's Hospital to see if playing music to newborn premature infants can stimulate the babies' brains, so they can go home earlier. 

Cassidy has found that when music is played to an infant, their heart and respiratory rates improve and their head circumference increases. "We've found that girl babies in music therapy go home 11 days earlier than girl babies with no therapy," Cassidy said.


Child Musical Development Chart
BBCi

Want to know your child's musical development by age from before birth to 16+ years old. Click here.


Dose of Sugar May Make You Smarter
CNN

Studies have, in fact, shown that children perform better if they eat breakfast. Now a psychologist at the University of Virginia thinks he has discovered the reason for that.


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