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How to Learn Faster by Using Failures, Movement & Balance

Huberman Lab

The Science of Brain Plasticity and Learning

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Motor movements are the most straightforward way to access states of plasticity. Incremental learning in adults requires shorter bouts of intense learning to provide well-defined error signals to the nervous system. By focusing on one component that needs to change, the nervous system can make adjustments and improve. Short learning bouts, ranging from seven to thirty minutes, can inspire plasticity in the nervous system.

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