We learn from our mistakes, but only after we turn 12.

@milindp (123)
September 27, 2008 1:17am CST
The research conducted to study the learning strategies of different age groups has inferred that while eight year old kids learn from positive fedback that helps 12 years old children in learning. they are better able to process negative feedback, and use it to learn from their mistakes. adults do the same, but more efficiently. React on this
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@Sheepie (3118)
• United States
27 Sep 08
I don't think I really paid much attention to having good character or being who I wanted to be when I was younger. Young children are very impressionable. They do not really seem to think about life experiences to make decisions until then. They learn, but they don't really seem to use what they learn, I think.