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Overnight experiment creates social brain lab, new insights about 'speed of learning' changes

Neuroscientists in Toronto have shown that crowdsourcing brain data with hundreds of adults in a short period of time could be a new frontier in neuroscience and lead to new insights about the brain.
Dr. Natasha Kovacevic of Baycrest Health Sciences' Rotman Research Institute is the lead author of a scientific paper on the crowdsourcing experiment - "My Virtual Dream: Collective Neurofeedback in an Immersive Art Environment" - published online today in the journal PLOS ONE.

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