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It is clear that mistakes are somehow registered and processed in the brain. This is because errors result in behavior-based reactions such as moving to correct them and slowing down slightly while working so as not to risk making them again.

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zonafiscally 3 years ago

Interesting article. The researchers now also say that their work may enhance the understanding of other, relevant brain processes such as memory, cognition and behavioral self-regulation in certain situations and the future of their study.