Cognitive Neuroeducation (CNE)_Program Conductor's Instruction Manual
Updated: Mar 7
This manual presents the basic scientific principles, fundamental criteria for curriculum development and instruction/learning methodology that constitute Cognitive Neuroeducation (CNE), a breakthrough, nonintrusive, nonpharmacological modality for intervention in cognitive and behavioral disorder with the promise of full recovery therefrom.
As will be demonstrated herein, cognition, behavior and learning may be understood as essentially interdependent terms referring to the basic interlocked mechanisms of the uniquely human social brain, and therefore CNE may be defined as a modality for optimizing positive learning outcomes that enhance cognition in the formation of well-attuned, socially integrated, self-actualizing and confident, independent behavior.
The theories and principles of CNE are defined by a fundamental model of human behavior based on the evolution of the human brain and the unique relationship between the human brain and human behavior in comparison with behavioral formation in all other taxa. CNE is unique in that it is the only modality in the fields of learning and mental health that is strictly tied to how the human brain actually works within a tightly constructed, exhaustively comprehensive model of the mind derived from rigorous hermeneutic and phenomenological analysis as presented herein.