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Intentional Learning Vs Incidental Learning

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This study is conducted to demonstrate the knowledge of intentional learning and incidental learning. Hypothesis of this experiment is intentional learning is better than incidental learning, participants were demonstrated and were asked to learn the 10 non sense syllables in a specific sequence from the colored cards in the end they were asked to recall the background color of each card instead of non-sense syllables. Independent variables of the experiment are the colored cards containing non-sense syllables which are to be memorized by the participant, dependent variables are the number of correct response made by the participant. The findings of the experiment concluded that intentional learning is better than incidental learning, hence hypothesis is proved

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Volume & Issue : 2017: Volume 1 Issue 2
Page No.: 36 to 39

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Ahmed, S. (2017). Intentional Learning Vs Incidental Learning. Journal of Medical Practice and Review, 1(2), 36 to 39. Retrieved from http://jmpr.info/index.php/jmpr/article/view/21



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