We often think how fast we learn something is a function of how smart we are. If your brain is soaking in material quickly, you're intelligent; if not, well, that doesn't say great things about your IQ. But science shows context and technique actually play a huge role in how fast we learn, and even small changes — like the format you use to read — can make a huge difference.
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Written by Jessica Stillman April 10, 2019
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