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Does practice really make perfect?

Does practice really make perfect? It's an age-old question, and a new study finds that while practice won't make you perfect, it will usually make you better at what you're practicing. "Other factors matter as well, but even so, no one says that practice will ever hurt you; but be careful if you are walking tightropes," one researcher said.
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