Texas Tech University

Law Students Benefit From 'Brain Training,' Study Finds

Law.Com

April 2, 2018

Law.Com - Texas Tech law students were better able to synthesize cases and apply legal concepts broadly after undergoing "brain training" during orientation

The results of a pilot project at Texas Tech University School of Law suggest so. First-year law students who went through several training sessions on how to improve their executive functions were better able to interpret information, identify key information and express big picture concepts, according to a new paper on the study.

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