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Belief in neuromyths is extremely common

  • Sat, 12 Aug 2017 20:05
Neuromyths are common misconceptions about brain research, many of which relate to learning and education. Researchers have surveyed educators, the public and people who have completed neuroscience courses, to assess their belief in neuromyths. The survey revealed that neuromyth beliefs are remarkably prevalent. Training in education and neuroscience helped reduce but did not eliminate belief in neuromyths. Top Society News -- ScienceDaily

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