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Difference between Learning, Memory, and Performance

Acquisition, retention and transfer are processes used in learning new information, retrieving previously stored knowledge from memory, and generalizing, or applying knowledge learned in one situation to another--performance.

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There is a distinct difference between learning, memory and performance. However, they are interrelated. Acquisition, retention and transfer are processes used in learning new information, retrieving previously stored knowledge from memory, and generalizing, or applying knowledge learned in one situation to another--performance. Learning is a general term for a category of changes whereby behavior or information is acquired or modified. Learning is the sum of input (knowledge) and/or experience, which equals thought processes plus output. The input can be new information or ...

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There is a distinct difference between learning, memory and performance. However, they are interrelated.

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