The public find articles about education more convincing when they contain extraneous neuroscience

By Christian Jarrett Brain science is mysterious and sexy and people are more inclined to believe claims that contain superfluous neuroscience references or neuro-imagery – an effect referred to as “the seductive allure of neuroscience” or “SANE” (that’s the short story, however the lit

Read more: https://digest.bps.org.uk/2018/04/17/the-public-find-articles-about-education-more-convincing-when-they-contain-extraneous-neuroscience/

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