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Seeing Our Errors Keeps Us on Our Toes, Johns Hopkins University Study


6/5/2013 7:35:38 AM

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If people are unable to perceive their own errors as they complete a routine, simple task, their skill will decline over time, Johns Hopkins researchers have found -- but not for the reasons scientists assumed. The researchers report that the human brain does not passively forget our good techniques, but chooses to put aside what it has learned.

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