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    of the time, believed or absorbed


    I am reading a book about 'loving touch to children', may I know the meaning of the following phrase in red?

    "when praise is accompanied by touch, itís taken in 85% of the time while praise given only w/words is believed or absorbed only 15% of the time."

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    Re: of the time, believed or absorbed

    If you touch the child while praising it, the child's understanding of the praise occurs that many times more often than if the praise is verbal only.

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