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Cognitive science principles should have implications for the design of effective learning environments. The self-explanation principle was chosen for the current work because it has developed significantly over the last 20 years. Early formulations hypothesized that self-explanation facilitated inference generation to supply missing information about a(More)
Cognitive science principles should have implications for the design of effective learning environments. The self-explanation principle was chosen for the current project because it has developed significantly over the past few years. Early formulations suggested that self-explanation facilitated inference generation to supply missing information about a(More)
  • S Gershman
  • 1988
This article focuses on nearly 50 years of research by various authors documenting function and motion of the midtarsal joint. Subtalar joint control of the midtarsal joint, axes of motion, and quantification of range of motion are examined. The evolution of the joint from primates to man and the associated changes in functional requirements are considered.
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