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Professor Stanislas Dehaene, of the Collège de France, is a neuroscientist with a talent for designing and carrying out well-directed experiments, and communicating his findings clearly, but without over-simplification. His latest book, Apprendre – English title How We Learn – collates a wide range of evidence on the nature and development of the brain, and explores its implications for education, with a sub-plot examining the parallels between human and artificial intelligence. It is the most important scientific contribution to education since the recording of brain cells by the Spanish scientist Santiago Ramón y Cahal (Nobel Prize, 1906).



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How We Learn (Apprendre): Stanislas Dehaene (Book Review)

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