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Implicit vs . Explicit Learning Activity

@inproceedings{Bruneau2014ImplicitV,
  title={Implicit vs . Explicit Learning Activity},
  author={Emile G. Bruneau},
  year={2014}
}
Implicit learning is acquisition of knowledge about the underlying structure of a complex stimulus environment by a process which takes place naturally, simply and without conscious operations. Explicit learning is a more conscious operation where the individual makes and tests hypotheses in a search for structure. Knowledge attainment can thus take place implicitly (a nonconscious and automatic abstraction of the structural nature of the material arrived at from experience of instances… 
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