Learning and Memory

Learning and Memory

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Surveys and systemizes the major assumptions and basic approaches relating to learning and memory from their philosophical principles through cultural manifestations to derivational aspects; does not consider physiology. Includes topics rare in mainstream books, such as nonconnectionist machine learChess players learn to see the few good moves on the board, novice car drivers to attend to the cara#39;s controls and the important ... The needed declarative knowledge may be taken from an instructor or a manual, or be worked out by analogy and/or trial and error, as in ... First the learner needs to learn how to hold the club, what postures to adopt in a swing, where the club should touch the ball, and so on.

Title:Learning and Memory
Author: Robert W. Howard
Publisher:Greenwood Publishing Group - 1995-01-01

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