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Analysis of Variance complex tasks Condition x Task deliberation of successive demonstrate superior performance Educational Psychology effects of overt effects of verbalization Ewert and Lambert Excess of Minimum Experimental Psychology facilitative effects fewer moves final six-disc task final six-disc transfer final task five-disc tasks forms of verbal full reason Gagne and Smith Group CV Ss Group OV hypothesis Journal of Experimental Katona Klausmeier Mean Number Moves in Excess non-verbalization group Number of Discs Number of Moves Number of Seconds/Move OV Ss overt and covert overt verbalization group prediction that OV present study problem solving behavior Seconds/Move Condition six-disc transfer task slower pace Smith that verbalization speech Ss were reminded successive moves support the prediction Table of Seconds/Move task complexity tasks in fewer thesis three-circle problem time/move measure time/move variable University of Wisconsin Variance Summary Table verbal instructions verbal principles verbal processes verbalization group demonstrated verbalization on problem Verbalization Ss verbalize a reason