New rules. Better outcomes.
Hyper-learning is a form of self-directed, non-linear learning using modern information technology. It’s a Learn-Unlearn-Relearn model tracking to the thesis of Adaptive theory – that humans are programmed to respond to their environment based upon past learned, successful responses, and that 1) this programming can be re-programmed and 2) positive responses can be increased and negative ones can be decreased.
Humans Minds, Like Computers, Can Be Updated. Research reveals that behavior is the result of emotion being triggered by one’s environment, directing behavior in response. This response is learned, and if learned, can be unlearned and relearned.
EEG Validation. Research reveals brain wave oscillations increase with behavioral difficulty and when measured during learning can help a learner identify the cause of their behavior, and change it.
Behavioral Change Through Self-affirmation. Research demonstrates that a class of interventions called self-affirmations have benefits across threatening situations. They also decrease stress, increase well-being, and makes humans more open to behavioral change.