Pupil study reveals learning styles, brain activity (Nature Neuroscience)

By Catherine Zandonella, Office of the Dean for Research People are often said to have "learning styles" – for example, some people pay attention to visual details while others grab onto abstract concepts and meanings. A new study from Princeton University researchers found that changes in pupil size can reveal whether people are learning using … Continue reading Pupil study reveals learning styles, brain activity (Nature Neuroscience)