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Coaching is not as well researched and not as well conceptualized as for example psychotherapy. There are no clear and distinct schools and approaches, especially since many certifying institutes require by contract that the coaches they train must not disclose the copyrighted methods to third parties. Generally, literature on coaching and the reports of ...


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We should not confuse the psychological terminology of consciousness, the subconscious and the unconscious with the lay meaning of activities being performed consciously or subconsciously. The distinction between "conscious" learning and "subconscious" acquisition of linguistic knowledge goes back to the Monitor Model that linguist Stephen Krashen developed ...


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What you describe here is two types of memory the declarative memory and the implicit memory. Declarative memory is consciously retrieved and stored. It is this kind of memory that is used to store historical facts. See below extract from wiki : Declarative memory (sometimes referred to as explicit memory) is one of two types of long-term human ...


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Is association, conditioning, and symbolic learning the same thing? Conditioning (both classical and operant), memory, and others mentioned in the question are considered examples (types) of association by associationism, a school of philosophy in psychology that suggests that all mental processes may be based on similar or proximal mental states. ...



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