Difference between revisions of "Fluency"

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[[Category:Refinement and Fluency]]
 
[[Category:Refinement and Fluency]]
 
Fluency refers to a task performance that is executed smoothly and in a way consistent with expertise. Fluency also applies to learners who characteristically achieve fluent performance in some task.
 
Fluency refers to a task performance that is executed smoothly and in a way consistent with expertise. Fluency also applies to learners who characteristically achieve fluent performance in some task.
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* Benjamin, A. S., Bjork, R. A., & Schwartz, B. L. (1998). The mismeasure of memory: When retrieval fluency is misleading as a metamnemonic index. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 127(1), 55-68.
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* Binder, C. (1996). Behavioral fluency: Evolution of a new paradigm. Behavior Analyst, 19(2), 163-197.
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* Johnson, K. R., & Layng, T. V. J. (1996). On terms and procedures: Fluency. Behavior Analyst, 19(2), 281-288.

Latest revision as of 15:57, 12 December 2007

Fluency refers to a task performance that is executed smoothly and in a way consistent with expertise. Fluency also applies to learners who characteristically achieve fluent performance in some task.

  • Benjamin, A. S., Bjork, R. A., & Schwartz, B. L. (1998). The mismeasure of memory: When retrieval fluency is misleading as a metamnemonic index. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 127(1), 55-68.
  • Binder, C. (1996). Behavioral fluency: Evolution of a new paradigm. Behavior Analyst, 19(2), 163-197.
  • Johnson, K. R., & Layng, T. V. J. (1996). On terms and procedures: Fluency. Behavior Analyst, 19(2), 281-288.