Skill Acquisition

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Name the 4 methods of practice
Part method, Whole method, Whole-part-whole, Progressive part
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Name the 4 types of practice
Massed, Distributed, Fixed, Varied
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Name the types of skill transfer
Positive, Negative, Proactive, Retroactive, Bilateral
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What is retroactive transfer?
Where a skill currently being learnt interferes with a skill already learnt
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Who created the operant conditioning theory?
Skinner, 1964
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What is the operant conditioning theory?
S-R bonds are created when behaviors are shaped and then positively reinforced.
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How can results last longer using this theory?
Using partial reinforcement
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Name Thorndike's Laws
Law of Exercise, Law of Effect, Low of Readiness
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What is the cognitive theory of learning?
The 3 laws strengthen S-R bonds in autonomous learners who have a large range of S-R bonds already
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What is observational social learning?
Bandura shows we copy behavior of others - especially if they're of high status
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What does observational social learning depend on?
Attention, Retention, Motor Production, Motivation
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What are the stages of learning?
Cognitive, Associative, Autonomous
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Name the types of guidance
Verbal, Visual, Manual, Mechanical
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Name the types of feedback
Intrinsic, Extrinsic, Positive, Negative, Knowledge of Results, Knowledge of Performance
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