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Implicit versus explicit: An act-r learning perspective

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 October 1999

Niels A. Taatgen
Affiliation:
Department of Cognitive Science and Engineering, University of Groningen 9712 TS Groningen, The Netherlandsn.a.taatgen@bcn.rug.nl tcw2.ppsw.rug.nl/~niels

Abstract

Dienes & Perner propose a theory of implicit and explicit knowledge that is not entirely complete. It does not address many of the empirical issues, nor does it explain the difference between implicit and explicit learning. It does, however, provide a possible unified explanation, as opposed to the more binary theories like the systems and the processing theories of implicit and explicit memory. Furthermore, it is consistent with a theory in which implicit learning is viewed as based on the mechanisms of the cognitive architecture, and explicit learning as strategies that exploit these mechanisms.

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© 1999 Cambridge University Press

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