Εχω τελικα το βιβλιο με τις πληροφοριες για την πρωτεινη που ανεφερα και εφερε τοση αναστατωση.
Η πρωτεινη που αναφερεται μεσα, λεγεται μυελινη και δρα στους νευρωνες με αποτελεσμα την αναπτυξη της δεξιοτεχνιας
(γενικες πληροφοριες για τη μυελινη εδω:
Myelin basic protein (MBP) is a protein believed to be important in the process of myelination
of nerves in the central nervous system (CNS).
Το βιβλιο λεγεται "The Talent Code" by Daniel Coyle
Αντιγραφω τα σχετικα σημεια:
The talent code is built on revolutionary scientific discoveries involving a neural insulator called myelin, which some neurologists now consider to be the holy grail of acquiring skill.
Here's why. Every human skill, whether it's playing baseball or playing Bach, is created by chains of nerve fibers carrying a tiny electrical impulse—basically, a signal traveling through a circuit. Myelin's vital role is to wrap those nerve fibers the same way that rubber insulation wraps a copper wire, making the signal stronger and faster by preventing the electrical impulses from leaking out.
When we fire our circuits in the right way—when we practice swinging that bat or playing that note—our myelin responds by wrapping layers of insulation around that neural circuit, each new layer adding a bit more skill and speed. The thicker the myelin gets, the better it insulates, and the faster and more accurate our movements and thoughts become.,,,
,,,, As Dr. George Bartzokis, a UCLA neurologist and myelin researcher, put it, "All skills, all language, all music, all movements, are made of living circuits, and all circuits grow according to certain rules."....
.....The idea that all skills grow by the same cellular mechanism seems strange and surprising because the skills are so dazzlingly varied. But then again, all of this planet's variety is built from shared, adaptive mechanisms; evolution could have it no other way. Redwoods differ from roses but both grow through photosynthesis. Elephants differ from amoebas but both use the same cellular mechanism to convert food into energy.
Tennis players, singers, and painters don't seem to have much in common but they all get better by gradually improving timing and speed and accuracy, by honing neural circuitry, by obeying the rules of the talent code—in short, by growing more myelin.
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[ Το μήνυμα τροποποιήθηκε από τον/την : delta66 στις 23-07-2012 04:09 ]