• Luis Alfredo Tubay Cevallos
  • María Elena Moya Martínez
  • María Rodríguez Gámez


neurosciences, neuroeducation, brain, learning, multiple intelligences.


Curiosity and emotions play a relevant role in the acquisition of new knowledge, stimulating the development of cognitive abilities and leaving behind old paradigms about the existence of a unique intelligence. Scientifically it has been proven that they stimulate the activity of neural networks, reinforcing synaptic connections, showing that new knowledge is better consolidated when factors of emotion and curiosity are involved. Faced with this reality, it is proposed to analyze the incidence of neuroscientific sciences in the development of the different intellectual capacities proposed by Howard Gardner, the identification of neurocognitive and educational processes of knowledge that allow understanding and applying the eight intelligences or aptitudes treated in this work.

To answer these questions, a synthetic analytical methodology was used based on the bibliographic review of information obtained through reliable databases of authors who in recent years have studied the neurological phenomenon of education. It was determined that the in vivo study of brain structure through neuroimaging techniques provides information about the behavior of the brain and how it acts according to the cognitive capacity that a person has more development and evolution.


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2021-08-25 — Updated on 2021-08-25

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Luis Alfredo Tubay Cevallos, María Elena Moya Martínez, & María Rodríguez Gámez. (2021). NEUROSCIENCES AND ITS APPLICATION IN MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 18(10), 663-679. Retrieved from

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