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The Physiological Reasons Proving Why It’s Often Difficult to Learn From One’s Mistakes

Olga Khazan, staff writer for The Atlantic, reported on the fascinating proof that learning from one’s mistakes is sometimes easier said than done. When errors are made, the human brain develops specific pathways in concert with these errors, making it very difficult to behave differently when faced with the same situation. Slowing down doesn’t seem […]
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