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Mythos Hirnforschung

MYTH BRAIN RESEARCH (article in german)

TRAINING aktuell 06/14, p. 29-31

Neuroscientific explanations are popular and often useful in seminars – but not always correct. Training aktuell examines widespread neuromyths and half-truths and searches for their true core. This time: the ‘brain research myth’ itself.

The authors: Franz Hütter, Vivien Marsch

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