This post is part of Huba’s Integrated Theory of Mind Mapping. Click here for an index and links to the other posts.
In a prior post, I discussed my theory of how and why mind mapping is useful for people with impaired cognitive functioning and dementia. I noted there that the same general theorem could be applied to those with typical cognitive functioning. The difference between the mind map in this post and that of the prior post is how about a dozen branches are relabelled. This map emphasizes making “healthy” brains closer to optimal functioning. The prior post used the language of a “disease” or “disorder” that might be worked around by using a mind map as an assistive device.
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