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Patterns of Thought: Reasoning and Learning in the Human Brain

EasyChair Preprint no. 12331

7 pagesDate: February 29, 2024


This paper explores the neural mechanisms and cognitive processes involved in reasoning and learning, shedding light on how patterns of neural activity give rise to cognitive functions. Drawing upon insights from neuroimaging studies, electrophysiological recordings, and computational models, it examines how different brain regions interact to support reasoning and learning across various domains. Moreover, the paper investigates how individual differences in cognitive abilities and learning styles influence these neural patterns. By elucidating the neural substrates of reasoning and learning, this paper offers valuable insights into understanding human cognition and optimizing educational interventions for diverse learners.

Keyphrases: and, learning, Reasoning

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  author = {Julia Anderson and Patrick Oroy},
  title = {Patterns of Thought: Reasoning and Learning in the Human Brain},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 12331},

  year = {EasyChair, 2024}}
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