Scientists have long agreed that perceptual skills related to language learning and reading can be enhanced through practice. As a result, therapies for poor readers and language learning impaired children often are long and tedious. In what may be metaplasticity's first behavioral demonstration, this study finds a way to make training easier but equally effective. It also could lead to easier training techniques for musicians, foreign language learners and others.
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