Tag: <span>cognitive science</span>

Tag: cognitive science

Neuroscientists Map How the Brain Understands Music and its implications for learning

Listen to the story {Play} In a breakthrough study, researchers have shed new light on how our brains process the magic of melodies. Their findings suggest that there’s a complex map within our brains dedicated to making sense of the music we hear. The study delves into the core elements …

AI and Mathematics: Human-Level AI Mathematicians – is it possible?

Listen to the story {Play} Building computational systems that understand and practice mathematics at the level of human mathematicians has been a long-standing aspiration of artificial intelligence (AI). The rise of large language models (LLMs) has sparked imaginations that we are closer than ever to attaining, or surpassing, human-level performance …

How listening to an audiobook affects your attention during your powerwalk

Listen to the story {Play} Earphones in your ears, found an interesting audiobook, pushing play, time for today’s training. A long powerwalk is planned, but how does this multitasking event with training and audiobook affects your attention in general. New research from the University of Rochester Medical Center shows that: …

Persuasion – How to optimize communication according to new research

Listen to the story {Play} Text or Video? Happy or Sad story? New research gives extraordinary results on how to optimize communication. Many will have the intuitive response that a video clip in general would do much more to persuade people than a text. But new research from MIT shows …

The more senses involved the more you remember

Cognitive science shows that the more senses involved when you are learning the more you remember. With this conclusion, a well-developed digital learning environment will become a perfect starting point for learning. This is improved by the prospects of developing content that besides qualitative knowledge-creation also intend to empower the …

Virtual Reality Lab to monitor how People respond to Stress

eLearningworld News The U.S. Army and Tufts University are researching what people are thinking and how they handle stress. The main environment of the research is a Virtual Reality Lab that opened in Medford, Massachusetts 2016. The interactive research is focusing on supporting soldiers and field-workers like firefighters where the …