Three problems in the marriage of neuroscience and education

@article{Willingham2009ThreePI,
  title={Three problems in the marriage of neuroscience and education},
  author={Daniel T. Willingham},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={2009},
  volume={45},
  pages={544-545}
}
  • Daniel T. Willingham
  • Published in Cortex 2009
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Whether neuroscience can be informative to educational theory and practice is not debatabledit has been. For example, behavioral data were not decisive in determining whether dyslexia was primarily a visual perceptual disorder, or whether phonology was the more fundamental problem (for a review, see McCardle et al., 2001). Brain imaging data (e.g., Rumsey et al., 1992) showed reduced activation in left temporoparietal cortex, a region known from other studies to support phonology, thus strongly… CONTINUE READING

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