overlearning


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o·ver·learn·ing

(ō'vĕr-lern'ing),
In the psychology of memory, continuation of practice beyond the point at which one is able to perform according to the specified criterion; typically, retention is longer after overlearning compared with retention after practice only to the point of performance meeting the specified criterion.

overlearning

[-lur′ning]
the practice of an ability that continues beyond the point where performance meets a specified standard.

o·ver·learn·ing

(ō'vĕr-lĕrn'ing)
In the psychology of memory, continuation of practice beyond the point at which one is able to perform according to the specified criterion.
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Our lessons would sound clunky in our mouths, and we would be terribly aware, at first, of the "risk of overlearning or misapplication"
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Overlearning is necessary for fluent writing, as the quality and flow of ideas is interrupted by spelling anxiety and less descriptive or apt words may be used simply because they are straightforward to spell.
When practice makes imperfect: Debilitating effects of overlearning.
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The case of Iraq can be used largely to learn lessons applicable to Afghanistan--but without, one hopes, overlearning them in a way that would blindly apply the same concepts to both conflicts.
The procedural basis of cognitive strategy instruction is explicit instruction, which is characterized by highly structured and organized lessons, appropriate cues and prompts, guided and distributed practice, cognitive modeling, interaction between teachers and students, immediate and corrective feedback on performance, positive reinforcement, overlearning, and mastery (Montague, 2003).
One feature is that the neural network can always be expressed as a third-order polynomial no matter how many neurons are used in the hidden layer, which indicates the polynomial neural network doesn't have any overlearning issue.
Claims are made for other distinct kinds of learning as well: incidental learning, cooperative learning, perceptual learning, mastery learning, verbal and nonverbal learning, conceptual change learning, discrimination learning, motor learning, discovery learning, rote learning, social learning, learning sets, signal learning, overlearning, active versus passive learning, place learning, mathemagenic learning, structural learning, trial and error learning, learning to learn, oddity learning, and so on.
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Overlearning is another approach that can be very useful for toileting relapses, if somewhat tedious for parents.