A Portal to the Mind: How Gestures Relate To Learning And Memory

A Portal to the Mind: How Gestures Relate To Learning And Memory
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Scientific American explores how our gestures can have a profound influence on how we take in new information, and explains why they can also offer clues to how we think.

Dan Gould
  • 23 september 2010

How do our hand movements affect memory and learning? Scientific American explores how our gestures can have a profound influence on how we take in new information, and explains why they can also offer clues to how we think.

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