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“Think like an expert”: Brain scans watch learning in action (www.princeton.edu)

Princeton neuroscientists found that as the students progressed through an introductory computer science course, the curriculum material left detectable “neural fingerprints” in their brains that were aligned with fellow students and experts in the field. The more aligned the patterns were, the more likely the students were to do well.

Is nuclear fusion the answer? (theweek.com)

Why “the Mind Is Just a Computation” Is a Fatally Flawed Idea (mindmatters.ai)