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11/05/2010 11:21 AM ID: 86182 Permalink   

Researchers Use Electrical Brain Stimulation to Improve Math Skills

 

A study, conducted by researchers from several British universities, found that mathematical performance can be improved by the brain´s stimulation with electrical current. The effect lasts up to 6 months.

This "treatment" can be used after strokes or with diseases which lower the numeric abilities.

The findings were published online in Current Biology.

 
  Source: www.sciencedaily.com  
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  7 Comments
  
  lol  
 
"current" biology...no pun intended? hehe
 
  by: theavenger8     11/05/2010 05:35 PM     
  decent story...  
 
awesome pun.
 
  by: koenig32   11/05/2010 08:03 PM     
  Science!!!!!  
 

Researchers Use math skill´s to improve brain stimulation!!!
 
  by: incubusphan   11/05/2010 09:40 PM     
  So  
 
Can this be done with a 9 volt by placing it on my tongue?
 
  by: MannyisHere     11/06/2010 02:51 PM     
  yes manny  
 

yes it can, don´t stop doing it till you breath calculus and spit geometry!
 
  by: incubusphan   11/06/2010 06:51 PM     
  @\ incubusphan  
 
bzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzapp

Its working...

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  by: MannyisHere     11/07/2010 07:18 PM     
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"What is two plus twelve"
Subject: Seven
Bzzzzt
Subject: Fourteen.
 
  by: Burnfactor77   11/08/2010 03:21 AM     
 
 
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