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Studies from the Yale Psychological Laboratory - الصفحة 89
بواسطة Yale University. Psychology Laboratory, Edward Wheeler Scripture - 1899
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Studies from Yale Psychological Laboratory, المجلدات 1-7

Yale University. Psychological laboratory - 1893
...development of rapidity in either mental or muscular activity. Every advancement either in mental quickness1 or muscular activity requires a certain effort, depending...curve. If this law be expressed by the general equation y=/(x), where y indicates the- amount of gain by practice, we must regard .v as containing constant...
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Investigations of the Department of Psychology and Education ..., المجلدات 1-3

Arthur Allin - 1902
...days, the change comes, and the senseless clatter becomes intelligent speech. WS Johnson affirms that the "plateaus" mentioned by Bryan in the habit curve...induced to sustain the same effort day by day, there will not be any "plateaus" in the habit curve. (6) (1) Fechner, Beobachtunfjen, welche zu beweiscn...
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Investigations of the Departments of Psychology and Education ..., المجلدات 1-3

University of Colorado. Dept. of Psychology and Education - 1903
...days, the change comes, and the senseless clatter becomes intelligent speech. WS Johnson affirms that the "plateaus'' mentioned by Bryan in the habit curve...induced to sustain the same effort day by day, there will not be any "plateaus" in the habit curve. (6) ( 1 ) Fechner, Beobachtuniren. welche ?.u beweisen...
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The Psychology of Skill, with Special Reference to Its Acquisition in ...

William Frederick Book - 1908 - عدد الصفحات: 188
...muscular activity requires a certain effort, depending upon the stage of development already attained. The 'plateaus' mentioned by Bryan in the habit curve...would seem rather to indicate resting periods in the effort.1 If the subject can be induced to sustain the same effort day by day, there would be no 'plateaus'...
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The psychology of learning

Edward Lee Thorndike - 1913
...toward zero in the * Johnson ['98, p. 83] attributes the plateaus to a wilful relaxation of effort. "The 'plateaus' mentioned by Bryan in the habit curve...to sustain the same effort day by day, there would be no 'plateaus' in the habit curve." This explanation is, however, almost certainly superficial, if...
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Educational Psychology, المجلد 2

Edward Lee Thorndike - 1913
...toward zero in the * Johnson ['98, p. 83] attributes the plateaus to a wilful relaxation of effort. "The 'plateaus' mentioned by Bryan in the habit curve...to sustain the same effort day by day, there would be no 'plateaus' in the habit curve." This explanation is, however, almost certainly superficial, if...
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