Out of Context: Preparing for the Unexpected
PRACTICING one drill over and over is like playing computerized brain-training games. Performance on that one drill or computer games will improve over time but it won’t transfer to the real world, where an infinite combination of patterns exists. By overloading the cognitive circuits during training, a player’s neural network is better prepared to compute new solutions to one-of-a-kind, in-game situations.
You have to present new activities that players are not used to doing. If you repeat exercises too much the brain thinks it knows the answers.
By constantly challenging the brain and making use of its plasticity you discover a world that you thought was never available.
Once the brain picks up the challenge you create new connections that gives remarkable results.
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