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MyBrain provides tools and materials that enable professional trainers and coaches to use the subject of neuroscience in their work. We are also the creators of MiND, the world's first neurometric profiling tool.

Neuroscientific knowledge has now advanced to the point where it can provide answers to the question of "why we are the way we are". For this reason the subject is of great value, whether as a stand-alone workshop, in team development or as an embedded module in a broader training programme.

To learn more explore the website, come along to one of our occasional workshops or contact us directly for an informal conversation.

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Neurological Dominance and Recruitment

Is there a role for the subject of Neurological Dominance in recruitment? And if so, how should it be used? In this article Alistair Schofield explains how he has used the subject for this purpose in several organisations.  More...


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Empathy and the Myth of Mirror Neurons

Empathy is the ability to understand and know what another person is feeling - but how is that possible? In this article we look at the science behind empathy and in particular at the concept of a special class of brain cell that some scientists believe exists to create empathy  More...


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Sarcasm Increases Creativity

It is always wise to be a little bit sceptical of headlines that claim things such as "Chocolate is good for your brain", but recent headlines claiming that sarcasm aids creativity do appear to offer some scientific substance.