Not knowing what’s going to happen next is generally stressful. Uncertainty signals that you’re unsure of your environment, your skills, or both. But uncertainty also signals the brain to kickstart learning, new Yale research published in the journal Neuron has found.
That means crazy, unstable situations might be uncomfortable, but they’re also essential if you want to make the most of your brain.
Stability is a shut off switch for your brain.
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