Brief reactivations of visual memories are enough to complete a full learning curve, researchers say

A new Tel Aviv University study finds that brief memory reactivations can replace repeated extensive practice and training — commonly known as “practice makes perfect” ... Read more

Brief reactivations of visual memories are enough to complete a full learning curve, researchers say

A new Tel Aviv University study finds that brief memory reactivations can replace repeated extensive practice and training—commonly known as "practice makes perfect"—as a basis of procedural ...

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