Mathematical Learning Theory and the New "mental Forestry "~

  title={Mathematical Learning Theory and the New "mental Forestry "~},
  author={G. GnE}
  • G. GnE
In the de,de or so that comfitutes the pe~od of o~ renew? pro~ess towed understan~ng the proc~ses involved in l~r~ng can o~y be described in terms that sound extravagant. It is o~ task to consider o~y one part of this remarkable pro~ess, but ~ order to put o~ renew ~ perspective, we be~n with a brief sketch of o~ impres~on of the c~rent con~tion of the psycholo~ of leafing and A attle more than 10 years ago, experimental psycholo~sts in the field of l~r~ng seemed concerned primarily with… CONTINUE READING

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