Three Brain Regions Tracked

Screen Capture: Three Brain Regions Tracked

Caption: The fMRI was used to identify three key brain regions shown here, which were discovered in middle-school-age students learning algebra. Combined with other techniques such as eye-tracking, the researchers believe they have reached a new threshold of "mind reading"—and, importantly, have begun to show how instruction can be improved by sensitivity to individual students' uniqueness.

Source: John R. Anderson, Carnegie-Mellon University
Website: http://act-r.psy.cmu.edu/people/ja/ja-vita#pubs
NSF funded: Yes Award #: 0087396
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