Sometimes two seemingly unrelated problems are actually two parts of a single solution waiting to be found. Many people wonder what their brain activity looks like but never get access to the equipment that could show them. Researchers tend to study very limited populations because those are the only ones near university or hospital laboratories. If research could be conducted outside the lab, perhaps the researchers could go find study participants in the real world?
Last year, the NeuroEducate team sought to answer that question. We presented our findings at the International Mind, Brain, and Education Society conference in Los Angeles, California.
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