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Using Procedural Memory Better to Learn

New Research on Procedural Memory suggests a little rest helps to improve learning! If you are trying to become a better musician, it should not surprise you that the more you play the better you learn. But it may be the little rests in between learning that make the most difference. Read all about the research here:, or study the research itself here:

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