Making implicit explicit: The role of learning

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22 (5):770-770 (1999)
Abstract
Three forms of implicit knowledge are presented (functional, structural, and procedural). These forms differ in the way they are made explicit and hence in how they are represented by the individual. We suggest that the framework presented by Dienes & Perner does not account for these differences.
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