Neuroenhancement in the classroom?

Is brain stimulation in the classroom a sign of things to come? Or is it too much too soon?
Published in Neuroscience
Neuroenhancement in the classroom?
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In England, pupils at a school for students with learning difficulties have been part of a trial testing whether electrical brain stimulation can improve cognition. Aside from questions about whether it works, the study raises safety and ethical concerns that may offset any potential benefits.

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