Brain & behavioral research: What’s the best way to take notes and retain info?

Borrowing some habits and practices from scholarly research and neuroscience can widen our news-following lenses for better decision-making – even on a mundane topic like this one that affects about every person and family at some point:  “laptops vs pen-and-paper for classroom note-taking.”

This piece in The New York Times illustrates an important point as we try to make sense of the massive worlds of information available today: how we take in and process material is as important as what we think of as “content.”

 

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