The research, w…

The research, which analysed game play data from 850,000 people, has revealed that the way you revise or practise is potentially more important than how often, and can affect how efficiently people learn a skill.

The study found that players who seemed to learn more quickly had either spaced out their practice or had a more variable early performance in the game.

Psychological Science – a journal for the Association for Psychological Science


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