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‘Uncertainty helps us learn; stability turns our brains off.’ That’s the conclusion of research by Daeyeol Lee, Professor of Neuroscience, Psychology and Psychiatry at Yale University. When we’re in a new environment, or a new experience, our brains switch on and process new information. “We only learn when there is uncertainty, and that is a good thing,” says Lee.

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