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Researching the brain is not always as it seems and as we’ve come to expect, the brain is complex. There are many pathways scientists choose to follow to explore how the brain develops, thinks, functions, adapts to, and learns, to navigate through and explore the world.
Our npj Science of Learning authors shared their amazing discoveries with us in 2020 and here are the Top 5 Behind the Paper posts.
1 The hidden agent of decision making, by Alexandra Cohen and Kate Nussenbaum from the Hartley Lab, New York University, the United States of America.
2 Learning from our mistakes: how different pedagogies influence students' learning strategies by Solange Denervaud, University of Geneva, Switzerland.
3 Social Interaction is Good for Learning a New Language, Social Isolation is Not by Ping Li, Penn State, USA and Hyeonjeong Jeong, Tohoku University, Japan.
4 Learning physics changes how students see the world by David Kraemer, Dartmouth College, and Joshua Cetron, Harvard University, the United States of America.
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