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3. Responding to the same way to similar stimuli
6. Practising a task past the point of mastery to combat forgetting and improve transfer.
7. Basic structures of for organizing information.
8. Event that is brought about by an action.
9. Obseravable reaction to a stimulus.
10. Techniques for remembering; also the art of memory.
11. Gradual disapperance of a learned response.
12. Providing a stimulus that "sets up" a desired.
13. Interpretation of sensory information.
15. Process that weakens or suppresses behaviour.
17. The key factor in maintaining information in short-term memory is ___.
18. The theorist most often associated with operant conditioning is
20. Influence of previously learned material on new material.
21. Requiring a person to repeat a problem behaviour past the point of interest or motivation.
25. Process through which experience causes permanent change in knowledge or behaviour.
26. According to Bruner, the essential information of a subject, such as its fundamental ideas or relationships, represents its ___.
27. Reinforcing each small step of progress toward a desired goal or behaviour.
28. The ability to deal effectively with novel situations.
29. The German term for "pattern" or "whole" is ___.

1. Knowledge about our own thinking processess.
2. Use of consequences to strengthen behaviour.
4. Events that precede an action.
5. The process of translating what we read into speech is called ___.
12. Grouping individual bits of data into meaningful larger units.
14. Thorndike, Watson, and Skinner limited their analyses of learning to "behaviour". They reasoned that that only behaviour is ___.
16. The principle of ___ states that we recognize patterns by reorganizing stimuli into coherent wholes.
19. Events that activates behaviour.
22. A general category of ideas. objects, people, or experiences whose members share certain properties.
23. What does the "P" stand for in the PQ4R method?
24. Providing a stimulus that "sets up" a desired behaviour.