Any undamaged human brain is capable of learning anything. All difficulties in learning are the result of distress patterns. Learning occurs when new information is presented in relation to something the learner already understands and is presented in small increments with each one being understood before the next is presented. Presenting new information too quickly installs confusion which prevents learning; presented too slowly, it installs boredom and prevents learning. Learning occurs best from someone one loves and regards as a peer rather than an "authority."

Distress interferes with and prevents learning. Learning is greatly enhanced by allowing repetition by the learner and by the learner being allowed to talk during the process. The learning process is accelerated by the learner being liked, receiving lots of approval, having successes, having aware closeness with other people, playing, and discharge being encouraged.

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