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Neurobabble: Inflated Credibility Currency

My fingers did. Ok, not really, but both are limited views of the complex process of writing this post. It seems that the tide may be turning on neurobabble, and I thought I would contribute a few thoughts. A recent … Continue reading

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Myths Come From Values, Not From Ignorance

Like many interested in how we apply basic cognitive science to education, I was interested in the recent finding that many teachers still endorse many myths and misconceptions about neuroscience and cognitive psychology. Here is the original paper, and an … Continue reading

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