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Feedback and Instructional Correctives
Feedback and instructional correctives

For much of the 20th century, the dominant philosophy of psychology was associationism. Learning was the result of associating particular stimuli with particular responses, and failure to learn was therefore, presumably, the result of insufficiently strong associations between stimuli and responses, indicating ...

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