Does learning of a complex task have to be complex? A study in learning decomposition (2001)

Authors

Frank J. LeeJohn R. Anderson

Bibliographic Entry

Lee, F. J. & Anderson, J. R. (2001). Does learning of a complex task have to be complex? A study in learning decomposition. Cognitive Psychology, 42(3), 267-316.


Year: 2001
Type: article
Status: published
Category: Skill Acquisition
Does learning of a complex task have to be complex? A study in learning decomposition



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