Memories of error 'improve our learning speed'

August 16, 2014 7:10 AM

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The researchers note that when people perform a task - such as opening a door - their brains make comparisons of how the door moved with how they expected the door to move. This information is calculated in a way that allows the person to perform the task more efficiently next time.

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