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LEARNING BY THINKING : OVERCOMING THE BIAS FOR ACTION THROUGH REFLECTION

@inproceedings{Stefano2015LEARNINGBT,
  title={LEARNING BY THINKING : OVERCOMING THE BIAS FOR ACTION THROUGH REFLECTION},
  author={Giada Di Stefano and Francesca},
  year={2015}
}
Research on learning has primarily focused on the role of doing (experience) in fostering progress over time. Drawing on literature in cognitive psychology and neuroscience, we propose that one of the critical components of learning is reflection, or the intentional attempt to synthesize, abstract, and articulate the key lessons taught by experience. In particular, we argue that purposeful reflection on one’s accumulated experience leads to greater learning than the accumulation of additional… Expand

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