Brain Research on use of Smartphones
I came across this interesting article on the Toronto Star this morning. Participants who used smartphones and more traditional mobile phones were compared using EEG (electroencephalogram). The results were interesting, but researchers say that it’s far too early to tell if the changes observed are good or bad for us in the long run.
I wonder what the implications are for L&D and whether or not we should harness the changes without knowing the longer-term effects?
Enjoy the read!
Posted on December 24, 2014, in futures, ideas, news, questions, readings, reblog, Technology, w00t and tagged Brain Science, Research, Smartphone, Toronto Star. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.