OS ALICERCES DA TERAPÊUTICA E DA NEUROCIÊNCIA PARA O ALTO RENDIMENTO DESPORTIVO

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https://doi.org/10.53612/recisatec.v2i7.152

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Neurociência, Desporto, Alto rendimento, Terapêutica

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Este artigo é apenas uma prévia, um exemplar do trabalho feito para uma alta performance do atleta com o uso das neurociências, ou seja, utilizando a neuroanatomia do sistema nervoso, com métodos que são comprovados cientificamente e assinados por doutores cientistas, onde são avaliados os indivíduos com base em suas nuances desde histórica comportamental, como através da possibilidade de uso de neuroimagens ou entendimento do cérebro que revelam as verdadeiras razões do comportamento, assim como as regiões do cérebro relacionadas como um todo para uma maior eficácia possível e obtenção de alta performance.

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Fabiano de Abreu Rodrigues

Logos University international

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30/06/2022

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Abreu Rodrigues, F. de. (2022). OS ALICERCES DA TERAPÊUTICA E DA NEUROCIÊNCIA PARA O ALTO RENDIMENTO DESPORTIVO. RECISATEC - REVISTA CIENTÍFICA SAÚDE E TECNOLOGIA - ISSN 2763-8405, 2(7), e27152. https://doi.org/10.53612/recisatec.v2i7.152

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