Introduction to Human Learning
We gain experience each time we repeat some activity. The experience takes the form of either or both improved manipulative skills and in process procedures. This is especially important during the early ‘cycles’ (or, ‘repetitions’), when each repetition adds both confidence and usually, improved speed in accomplishing the performed task. As the number of repetitions increases into the hundreds, improvements in learning are not so discernable between adjacent cycles. Rather, improvements are only seen after large numbers of additional cycles are completed.
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