How implicit is implicit learning? [electronic resource] / edited by Dianne Berry
- Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1997.
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource (256 pages) : illustrations
- Additional Creators:
- Berry, Dianne
- Debates in psychology
- Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction / Dianne C. Berry -- 2.Abstractness of implicit knowledge: A cognitive evolutionary perspective / Lewis G. Roussel / Robert C. Mathews -- 3.Nonconscious information processing and personality / Maria Czyzewska / Pawel Lewicki / Thomas Hill -- 4.Representing artificial grammars: Transfer across stimulus forms and modalities / Louis Manza / Arthur S. Reber -- 5.Transfer of implicit knowledge across domains: How implicit and how abstract? / Zoltan Dienes / Gerry Altmann -- 6.A subjective unit formation account of implicit learning / Jorge Gallego / Pierre Perruchet -- 7.Implicit learning from an information processing standpoint / David R. Shanks / Mark F. St. John -- 8.Principles for implicit learning / Axel Cleeremans -- 9.Concluding note: How implicit is implicit learning? / Dianne C. Berry.
- In recent years considerable debate has arisen over the subject of implicit learning, particularly regarding the issues of whether implicit learning gives rise to unconscious and abstract knowledge. This book offers an overview of the main arguments.
- 9780191688928 (ebook)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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