The Rise and Fall of Reminiscence: An Explanation Is Proposed and Some Morals are Drawn
In writing this book we have not been concerned merely to give an account of all the investigations that have been made into reminiscence in motor skill learning. Certainly the phenomenon is interesting in its own right and worthy of such treatment. However, perhaps of more interest still is the fact that the history of research into reminiscence presents in miniature a history of experimental psychology. It is our hope therefore that from a study of the successes and failures of research into pursuit-motor learning we may learn some lessons applicable to experimental psychology as a whole.
KeywordsConditioned Inhibition Motor Program High Arousal Muscular Fatigue Consolidation Theory
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