Difference between revisions of "Repetition"

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Repetition is a fundamental learning process whereby practice frequency is accumulated. Frequency was first listed as a main principle of association by Thomas Brown in the early 19th century (Murphy & Kovach, 1972).
 
Repetition is a fundamental learning process whereby practice frequency is accumulated. Frequency was first listed as a main principle of association by Thomas Brown in the early 19th century (Murphy & Kovach, 1972).
  
 
* Murphy, G., & Kovach, J. (1972). Historical introduction to modern psychology. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.
 
* Murphy, G., & Kovach, J. (1972). Historical introduction to modern psychology. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.

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Repetition is a fundamental learning process whereby practice frequency is accumulated. Frequency was first listed as a main principle of association by Thomas Brown in the early 19th century (Murphy & Kovach, 1972).

  • Murphy, G., & Kovach, J. (1972). Historical introduction to modern psychology. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.