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Do Implicit Theories About Ability Predict Self-Reports and Behavior-Proximal Measures of Primary School Students' In-Class Cognitive and Metacognitive Learning Strategy Use?

Benjamin Matthes, Heidrun Stoeger
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
For behavior-proximal measures, strength of incremental theory was positively related to the effectiveness of students' cognitive strategy use and their extent of strategy monitoring (one of the two metacognitive  ...  Strength of students' incremental theory was positively related to metacognitive strategy use, but not cognitive strategy use, when measured with self-report scales.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank Daniel Patrick Balestrini for his nativelanguage feedback and helpful comments on a previous version of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.690271 fatcat:rwlfsx5fujbbvmkbpb6n45zz6e

Page 287 of None Vol. 36, Issue 4 [page]

1946 None  
directly opposite to the one being learned.  ...  Thus, the interpo- lated learning of Jeft has no effect on the original habit tendency as- sociating c.m. with elated.  ... 

Learning and recall of incremental kinematic and dynamic sensorimotor transformations

Jessica Klassen, Christine Tong, J. Randall Flanagan
2005 Experimental Brain Research  
To evaluate retention of learning, participants from all four groups were tested a day later on the same kinematic or dynamic perturbation presented instantaneously (at full strength).  ...  Because large and clearly detectable movement errors were not observed during adaptation to incremental perturbations, we conclude that such errors are not required for the learning and retention of internal  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada and the Human Frontier Science Program.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00221-005-2247-4 pmid:15947919 fatcat:kdh2ta2elvbidghafrkhfae5dm

Page 179 of Journal of Comparative Psychology Vol. 54, Issue 2 [page]

1961 Journal of Comparative Psychology  
Exactly how this inequality in associative increment is believed to arise depends on the particular equation one selects for the learning curve the one he critical parameter of the equation is which determines  ...  despite the lower strength on Trial 1.  ... 

Page 53 of Psychological Bulletin Vol. 48, Issue 1 [page]

1952 Psychological Bulletin  
It follows, therefore, that the increment in habit strength after one rewarded trial in the experimental groups would be greater than the increment in habit strength after 1.6 or 2.3 reinforce- ments in  ...  This implies that successive increments in habit strength become progres- sively smaller.  ... 

Page 96 of None Vol. 32, Issue 2 [page]

1943 None  
The line of reasoning underlying this prediction is substantially as fol- lows: If at the beginning of learning the strength of the response tendency were at or near a zero value as in the first experiment  ...  the box to the food tray, it is quite possible that the smaller increments of habit strength would be completely over- ridden by the stronger inhibiting tendencies, and thus the small!  ... 

Page 197 of None Vol. 48, Issue 3 [page]

1954 None  
In the usual methodology of the learning type of experiment, learning increments are confounded with dissipation of work decrements.  ...  The re- covery associated with each rest, however, is unconfounded with the learning increment.  ... 

Intrusion Detection Using Incremental Learning from Streaming Imbalanced Data

Dipali Bhosale, Roshani Ade
2015 International Journal of Managing Public Sector Information and Communication Technologies  
Concept drift is impenetrable if the dataset is class-imbalanced. In this review paper, study of IDS along with different approaches of incremental learning is carried out.  ...  Most of the network habitats retain on facing an ever increasing number of security threats. In early times, firewalls are used as a security examines point in the network environment.  ...  Some other works on incremental learning and its applications contains the incremental learning fuzzy neural (ILFN) network for fault detection and classification, incremental learning for multi-sensor  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijmpict.2015.6102 fatcat:urbc3orrufbvtkw3gskpladgya

Page 503 of Psychological Review Vol. 42, Issue 6 [page]

1935 Psychological Review  
Under the conditions of rote learning, each repetition of a rote series adds, on the average, a constant positive increment to the actual strength of each excitatory tendency of the series.  ...  When learning is performed by massed practice, the ratio of the actual strength of excitatory tendency to the inhibition of delay is, on the average, constant throughout the learning process, and such  ... 

A Rapid Development Approach for Signal Strength Based Location Systems

Uzair Ahmad, Andrey Gavrilov, Sungyoung Lee, Young-Koo Lee
2007 The 2007 International Conference on Intelligent Pervasive Computing (IPC 2007)  
We present a new approach based on online machine learning paradigm which significantly reduces the development time.  ...  Besides rapid development of location systems this approach shows competitive location accuracy and allows incremental expansion of location system.  ...  (MOLAB) through the fostering project of the Lab of Excellency.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ipc.2007.62 dblp:conf/ipc/AhmadGLL07 fatcat:ap2ccklz4fb5pggldh5uo5uv7u

Page 275 of Psychological Review Vol. 47, Issue 4 [page]

1940 Psychological Review  
further, these increments (or decrements) are constant throughout the learning process.  ...  postulated that the increments of reinforcements and decre- ments of non-reinforcement varied with the strength of the associative connection, and a table showing these relationships was published (14  ... 

Page 521 of Psychological Bulletin Vol. 44, Issue 6 [page]

1947 Psychological Bulletin  
Hence increases in the amount of the reinforcing agent result in greater increments of habit strength per reinforcement.  ...  Learning improves as a function of sheer amount of reward: a whole kernel of corn is a more effective incentive for chickens learning a maze than one- fourth of a kernel.  ... 

Page 521 of Psychological Bulletin Vol. 44, Issue 6 [page]

1947 Psychological Bulletin  
Hence increases in the amount of the reinforcing agent result in greater increments of habit strength per reinforcement.  ...  Learning improves as a function of sheer amount of reward: a whole kernel of corn is a more effective incentive for chickens learning a maze than one- fourth of a kernel.  ... 

Sequence-Based Prediction in Conceptual Design of Bridges

Weiyuan Wang, John S. Gero
1997 Journal of computing in civil engineering  
This paper explores the application of a machine learning technique in knowledge support systems in civil engineering design.  ...  influence on decision making in the new design situation than older ones.  ...  The advantage of the exponential function is that it can be calculated incrementally, which is most suitable for incremental learning. The process of determining an optimal model is non-incremental.  ... 
doi:10.1061/(asce)0887-3801(1997)11:1(37) fatcat:5ey7ywjqhzfzbntaeqatyva7h4

Page 212 of None Vol. 41, Issue 3 [page]

1951 None  
of learning than during the early ones.  ...  Yet sound- ing the buzzer at the second extinction trial (Group II) was definitely associ- ated with an increment of response strength.  ... 
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