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Brain Activity Measures Whether Students Have Grasped a Concept

News   Jun 26, 2019 | Original story from Dartmouth College

 
Brain Activity Measures Whether Students Have Grasped a Concept

Neural score localizations by group. Regions contributing to neural scores in engineering students are shown in red. Regions contributing to neural scores in novices are shown in light blue. Regions contributing to neural scores in both engineering students and novices are shown in purple. Image is Figure 4a from the study. Credit: Image provided by Joshua S. Cetron.

 
 
 

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