Brain and statistics

Polanyi and the neural networks

I was recently introduced to the thoughts of the science philosopher and scientist Michael Polanyi by Dr. Helge Brovold. As I was reading Polanyi’s book “The tacit dimension” (1966), which I borrowed from […]

Your random attention

Are you good at multitasking? Some self-confident people may believe they are skilled multi-taskers. It is also a common saying that women are better at multi-tasking than men. They are […]

“Google-pedagogics” may be one of the reasons why children in western countries score low on mathematical tests like the PISA test. By the term ”Google pedagogics” I mean the relative […]

Metacognition and learning

  I grew up in the small city of Molde on the west-coast of Norway, and in my parents’ house there were many books, because my father is a literary […]