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According to the Public Relations Department of the Knowledge Base of Lecco
The Dubai World Lecocup World Campaign was held on October 18-20, in UAE.
During this period, students went to Dubai City Children City to play.
Students ‘cards were then donated to students’ cards and ID cards.
On the second day of the World Lecocup Championship
In 4 fields of Leco Robo, Leco Bridge , Leco Mas and Leco Q were held
And at the end The top honors were appreciated.
After the end of the tournament, all students went to the Khalifa Tower and visited this place of recreation.
On the third and final day of the student visit to Sharjah City and visited Sciense Mueseum in Sharjah.
Results of World Lecocup Matches:
League 1 Lecomas:
First person: Karen Musazadeh Sayyad Mahalleh of Rudsar
Second: Zainab Moazzan from Noor
League 2 Lecomas:
First person: Daniel Moradi from Kermanshah
League 3 Lecomas:
First Person: Narges Safari
Second: Niayesh Akbari
Advanced football robot:
First person: Raham Farajpur from Qaemshahr
Second: Reza Nourani from Ghaemshahr
Field Thought League 1:
First person: Ehsan Hafezi from Tabriz
Farm Thought League 2:
First Person: Balen Takir Eri from Gorgan
First person: Seyyed Mohammad Ehsan Shariatzadeh from Golbahar
Second: Soren and Sorena Nowruz from Tabriz
Previous studies in the field of abacus-based mental calculation (AMC) training have shown that this training has the potential to enhance a wide variety of cognitive abilities. It can also generate specific changes in brain structure and function. However, there is lack of studies investigating the impact of AMC training on the characteristics of brain networks. In this study, utilizing graph-based network analysis, we compared topological properties of brain functional networks between an AMC group and a matched control group. Relative to the control group, the AMC group exhibited higher nodal degrees in bilateral calcarine sulcus and increased local efficiency in bilateral superior occipital gyrus and right cuneus. The AMC group also showed higher nodal local efficiency in right fusiform gyrus, which was associated with better math ability. However, no relationship was significant in the control group. These findings provide evidence that long-term AMC training may improve information processing efficiency in visual-spatial related regions, which extend our understanding of training plasticity at the brain network level.