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Question: how does the human brain become smarter?
brain, intelligence, neuroscience
Asked by 11hew to Jemma, John, Lisa, Sam, Katie on 22 Jun 2012. This question was also asked by natrualme, parthu.
answered on 22 Jun 2012:
the old adage ‘practice practice practice’ is pertinent here. We learn through repitition and practice. IQ and intelligence are by no means fixed, intelligence develops over time. So keep studying!
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