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Scope for improvement

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Thinking in terms of scope of improvement encourages looking at techniques in terms of "What can I get out of this if I master this technique?" rather than "How much did the average participant in this study gain out of this technique?".
There is a distinction between interpersonal skill level differences (how good is the best person at the technique compared to you) and intrapersonal differences (how much can you improve if you practice). The differences are related because interpersonal differences provide evidence for potential intrapersonal differences. Strictly speaking, scope for improvement (in the sense I am thinking about) is only about the intrapersonal difference.

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