Two modes of learning for interactive tasks

@article{Hayes1988TwoMO,
  title={Two modes of learning for interactive tasks},
  author={N. A. Hayes and Donald E. Broadbent},
  journal={Cognition},
  year={1988},
  volume={28},
  pages={249-276}
}
Abstract This paper argues that human cognition employs two modes of learning, s-mode and u-mode. S-mode learning takes place by means of abstract working memory and is delective and reportable. U-mode learning occurs outside abstract working memory and is unselective and unavailable for verbal report. Three experiments are described, employing two tasks which have previously been shown to give rise to two modes of learning consistent with the conceptualisations of s-mode and u-mode learning… CONTINUE READING

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