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About Social Learning

Annie Murphy Paul taught us in her fantastic book The Extended Mind…

“…the brain stores social information differently than it stores information that is non-social…we remember social information more accurately, a phenomenon that psychologists call the ‘social encoding advantage.”

when people interact socially, their brains engage different neural and cognitive processes than when those same people are thinking or acting on their own


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