Foundations of cognitive education: Issues and opportunities

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Researches on the functioning of the mind and brain, particularly during the past decade, have greatly enhanced our understanding of learning, memory, intelligence, and emotion, all of which have fundamental implications for education. Such efforts have led to the emergence of a new multi-disciplinary field called cognitive education, though the potentials and limitation of this flourishing field have not yet been addressed clearly so that it could be introduced as a field of study. The main purpose of this study, accordingly, was to enhance the existing clarity, and understand the amplitude of cognitive education by focusing on some fundamental features of this emerging field. © 2011 Published by Elsevier Ltd.




Talkhabi, M., & Nouri, A. (2012). Foundations of cognitive education: Issues and opportunities. In Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences (Vol. 32, pp. 385–390). Elsevier Ltd.

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