Electrically Stimulating Brain May Improve Math Skills

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Electrically Stimulating Brain May Improve Math Skills

According to a new study, individuals who struggle with mathematics saw a notable increase in their ability to learn and retain arithmetic concepts when a mild current was sent into their brains by a pair of electrodes. What do you think?

  • “Finally, a practical solution to the inconvenience of using a calculator.”

    Gus Agnew
    Overlay Plastician
  • “So, first you get your brain shocked, then you get to take a math test? Where can I sign up for this study?”

    Leon Tapsfield
    Kennel Attendant
  • “I’m not surprised. Everyone on the math team knows Archie Pendleton’s been ’troding for years.”

    Emma Wyatt-Pike
    Locket Maker
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