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Expert involvement leads to superior learning

When learning to master complex movements such as those required in surgery, externally guided movement by an expert is a more superior learning method than self-generated movement such as trial and error.

It has been shown active movements result in greater activation in brain areas implicated in higher-order processes such as monitoring and controlling goal-directed behaviour, attention, execution of movements and error detection.

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