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Psychology of Learning and Motivation, 1st Edition
, Perceptual Learning.R. Gelman
, A Rational-Constructivist Account of Early Learning about Numbers and Objects. H.L. Roediger III, M.A. Wheeler, and S. Rajaram
, Remembering, Knowing, and Reconstructing the Past.A.F. Healy, D.M. Clawson, D.S. McNamara, W.R. Marmie, V.I. Schneider, T.C. Rickard, R.J. Crutcher, C.L. King, K.A. Ericsson, and L.E. Bourne, Jr.
, The Long-Term Retention of Knowledge and Skills.W. Kintsch, B.K. Britton, C.R. Fletcher, E. Kintsch, S.M. Mannes, and M.J. Nathan
, A Comprehension-Based Approach to Learning and Understanding.P.W. Cheng
, Separating Causal Laws from Casual Facts: Pressing the Limits of Statistical Relevance.E.F. Shipley
, Categories, Hierarchies, and Induction.
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