Procedure learning

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1 Definition

Procedure learning refers to a major learning type.

Many authors (e.g. Anderson) make a a distinction between two fundamental modes: declarative knowledge, i.e. what we know (propositions), and procedural knowledge, i.e. what we can perform (skills)

2 Theories

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4 References

  • Yates, Kenneth A. (2007). Towards a taxonomy of cognitive task analysis methods: A search for cognition and task analysis interactions. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, University of Southern California, Los Angeles. PDF