Tag: <span>psychology</span>

Tag: psychology

How skills training links to general intelligence Part 1

In this first part the G-factor, meaning how skills training links to general intelligence is being explored from a research study from Cambridge University. In the second part, this will be connected to soft skills development and digital learning. Most cognitive abilities are positively related to psychology research has found. …

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 …

Psychology of Gamification – research and practice

A multi-disciplinary research team from the University of Minnesota, USA, University of Waterloo, Canada, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada, Old Dominion University, USA and University of Basel, Switzerland has developed a research method to use psychology models to research the impact of gamification. The purpose to improve the research …

Social and emotional learning to develop Five crucial skills

Professor Mark Greenberg at Penn State University identifies three reasons to integrate social and emotional learning (SEL) in schools in an article in the special issue of the journal The Future of Children: “First, schools are ideal sites for interventions with children. Second, school-based SEL programs can improve students’ competence, enhance …

Screen time has no impact on Teen’s Well-being, new research

In a massive study both in-depth and in-scope from Oxford University, the hypothesis of that long screen time is leading to psychological problems for teens are proven a myth. This contradicts several studies that have been published during recent years that have formed the basis for public and political discussions. …

The impact of Characters in Storytelling, new research

New research from McMaster University in Canada shows new interesting results on the impact of one of the most ancient and engaging art forms, namely storytelling. The focus of the research was the mechanisms of storytelling and the results show: “… that no matter how a narrative is expressed—through words, …