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Practice DOES Make Perfect

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Remember how everyone would say that practice makes perfect? Well, apparently there is a lot of truth to this, and science has uncovered that link. According to neurologists, the brain exercises precise, coordinated control over the muscles the body uses for a certain action that requires practice, such as playing tennis. However, feedback from the senses is necessary to inform ... Read More »

5 Facts About Neuroplasticity

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Not long ago, it was believed that your brain stopped growing when you reached adulthood. Research has proven this to be untrue. The theory developed is referred to as neuroplasticity. Fundamentally (and fortunately) this means that our brains continue to grow throughout our lives. The brain’s incredible capability to constantly organize and reorganize information by forming new and strong connections ... Read More »