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Basically, the mind continues to process information even when the lesson is over. However, some researchers have determined that the effect is greater if the lesson(s) were ended in a traumatic way.
For instance …… attempting to learn a violin piece until the point of jumping up and down on the violin. This is supposed to be a major learning experience and then, one comes roaring back after a short retreat and plays the dXXXX thing with relative ease.
I am paraphrasing, but I did see the report somewhere on line. And I have experience it several times. Actually, I have doubled back on some frustrating music and could not find where it was difficult
Oliver said some researchers have determined that the effect is greater if the lesson(s) were ended in a traumatic way.
For instance …… attempting to learn a violin piece until the point of jumping up and down on the violin.
I never get to that point, I pretty much laugh at myself when I can't pass a difficulty and stop, go drink a tea then it's back to simpler songs and try later the hard one. Maybe I should push more to benefit from what you are saying?
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