Specificity in practice benefits learning in novice models and variability in demonstration benefits observational practice.

Abstract

Considerable research has shown that both demonstration and verbal instruction can facilitate learning of a motor task in inexperienced individuals. In the current study, verbal instructions were used as a means to reduce the discovery learning process and control the amount of trial-to-trial variability in demonstrations. The task required models to learn… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00426-009-0254-y

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