Immediate and sustained effects of planning in a problem-solving task.

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In 4 experiments, instructions to plan a task (water jugs) that normally produces little planning altered how participants solved the problems and resulted in enhanced learning and memory. Experiment 1 identified planning strategies that allowed participants to plan full solutions to water jugs problems. Experiment 2 showed that experience with planning led… (More)

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@article{Delaney2004ImmediateAS, title={Immediate and sustained effects of planning in a problem-solving task.}, author={Peter F. Delaney and K. Anders Ericsson and Martin E. Knowles}, journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition}, year={2004}, volume={30 6}, pages={1219-34} }