Our talented Nanyang Research Program interns presented their paper at the 2019 Nanyang Research Symposium.

Project Interns Shakhti from Raffles Institution and Meng Lin from National Junior College proudly presented their research paper which investigated behavioural and lifestyle factors that affect the cognitive performance of Junior College students in mathematics. namely sleep quality and  executive functioning skills which included working memory, cognitive flexibility and inhibitory control abilities. Part of their findings included identifying significant covariance between cognitive flexibility and mathematics performance of junior college students.

3 Apr 19 – Our Talented Nanyang Research Program Interns Speak at the Nanyang Research Symposium