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Article in Alphr Science reveals how to learn new skills twice as fast

If one views training as the process of building a predictive mental model for the task (learning how to move a computer cursor by squeezing a device), then it is seems obvious that learning for Two levels of sensitivity, will be far greater value than learning for One. Learning One sensitivity level requires reliance on memory (of the squeeze sensitivity). Learning different sensitivities trains us to perform an initial calibration, far more valuable.

 

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Richard Epworth on February 5, 2016 1:48 pm

Pure repetition adds no new information.

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