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A term, phrase or argument that includes unnecessary references to neuroscience - in the attempt to make the writer sound more sophisticated.

Originally coined by GM Donoghue in The Conversation (Australia).
Saying that "the brain learns better when it's not stressed" is a neurosophism - brains don't learn, nor do they get stressed - people do."
by gMelbourne March 25, 2017
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