Saturday, November 30, 2019

Compilation of Posts on Neuromyths

Over the past couple months, Scott Fruehwald and the team at the Legal Skills Prof Blog tackled different neuromyths that permeate legal education.  I previously passed along one of the articles, but I thought I would compile a longer list for everyone's reading pleasure.  I may have missed one, but here are the ones I have saved.  Enjoy the reading.

The pernicious falsehood about visual learners and other neuromyths

Educational Neuromyths and Cognitive Biases

The Practical Effect of Neuromyths and Cognitive Biases

Here's The Biggest Educational Neuromyth of All: Multitasking

Another neuromyth bites the dust - this time it's font choice

Cognitive Biases: Urine Tests, Legal Education Neuromyths, and Lawyers

Something Borrowed: Interdisciplinary Strategies for Legal Education by Deborah L. Borman & Catherine Haras

 

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