Infographic: Brains, Games and Learning

There's a substance in the brain that every educator would want working for them in the classroom. It's dopamine, and you've probably heard of it associated with an array of pleasant activities and feelings, such as eating delicious foods, falling in love or winning a prize. In this infographic, Director of Education Research at MIND Research Institute, Dr. Martin Buschkuehl, gives us an overview of certain functions of dopamine in the brain and the implications on learning and student motivation.

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<p><strong>Created by MIND Research Institute.</strong><br /><br /><a href='http://blog.mindresearch.org/blog/infographic-brains-games-and-learning'><img src='http://cdn2.hubspot.net/hub/237516/hubfs/Blog_Assets/Images/Dopamine_and_learning_infographic.jpg' alt='Brains, Games and Learning Infographic' width='540px' border='0' /></a></p>
Heera Kang

About the Author

Heera Kang was Manager of Engagement Content and Design at MIND Research Institute. Productive struggle, growth mindset and equity in education are some of her favorite topics.


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