The Learning Renaissance

Can Visualizing Your Body Doing Something Help You Learn to Do It Better? | Scientific American

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Even picturing others in motion warms up the ‘action brain’ and helps us figure out what we want to do and how we can coordinate our actions with those around us. Over time the brain learns our routine movements, allowing these actions to become more automatic and fine-tuned.

Read more here: Can Visualizing Your Body Doing Something Help You Learn to Do It Better? | Scientific American

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