Making mistakes while learning has memory benefits for older brains

A recent study by canadian researchers has found that learning things the hard way, i.e., via trial and error is more beneficial for the human brain than compared to the prevalent view that it would hurt memory performance. This might surprise a large body of science published literature which actually strives on error less learning for adults. The report say that in learning things which are more conceptual, errors might prove to be very beneficial. Authors claim that further studies could be done to study the impact of errors on other study materials and memory tasks.

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Making mistakes while learning has memory benefits for older brains

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Making mistakes while learning has memory benefits for older brains

A recent study by canadian researchers has found that learning things the hard way, i.e., via trial and error is more beneficial for the human brain than compared to the prevalent view that it would hurt memory performance. This might surprise a large body of science published literature which actually strives on error less learning for adults. The report say that in learning things which… More

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