neuromyths are popular but misleading claims about the brain. despite warnings from international organisations, they persist in education & elsewhere. if you see or hear a neuromyth, bust it!  

original article: Torrijos-Muelas et al., 2021 (Frontiers in Psychology),

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a review by Torrijos-Muelas & colleagues traces the history of popular but misleading claims about the brain & systematically assesses the role of neuromyths in education

39 neuromyths are identified & repeated in their table 2. studies of these neuromyths raise many reasons for their persistence in education & beyond

here at the error bar we use 100% of both sides of our brains & we learn things in many different ways. and you should too. we recommend reading this study


so don't repeat them