Training: Memory Training Improves Intelligence in Some Children
If the training is fun, not frustrating, it can lead to long-term gains in abstract reasoning, scientists found
June 14th, 2011, From wire service reports, eSchool News
Training a child to hold a whole cluster of items in his or her memory for even a short time might feel like trying to hold a wave on the sand. But a study published June 13 says it’s a drill that can yield lasting benefits.
Children who’ve had such training have better abstract reasoning and solve problems more creatively than kids who haven’t, the study found.
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