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Learning from your mistakes: Not in the case of brain damage

Do people learn from their mistakes? This question is often a subject of discussion at rehabilitation centers. For people with memory problems preventing mistakes is a better learning strategy. New research has now demonstrated that ?errorless learning? also works with people with non-congenital brain damage.
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