Human Learning

Human Learning

Human Learning

Human Learning

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Parts of this book present facts and principles which I have presented more fully and technically elsewhere. This is especially true of Lectures 9, 10, and 11, which abound in restatement or quotation. Other facts, including the bulk of Lectures 1 to 6, present facts and principles which are outcomes of investigations of the years 1927 to 1930, made possible by a grant from the Carnegie Corporation. A full technical account of these will be published elsewhere. The treatment here is necessarily superficial, but not, I think, misleading. I am encouraged by the comments of those who heard the lectures to hope that those who may read them will find them a useful account of fundamental facts and principles of human learning.

E. L. T.

January, 1931 . . .

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