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Implicit Learning: Theoretical and Empirical Issues

Dianne Berry, Zoltan Paul Dienes - Psychology - 1993 - 197 pages
There is considerable debate over the extent to which cognitive tasks can be learned non-consciously or implicitly. In recent years a large number of studies have demonstrated ...
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Risk, Communication and Health Psychology

Dianne Berry - Medical - 2004 - 185 pages
"...this text...will become a reference for years to come." Health Expectations This is the first book to clearly assess the increasingly important area of communication of ...
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Health Communication: Theory and Practice

Dianne Berry - Education - 2006 - 151 pages
This book assesses current research and practice in the area of effective health communication and provides some practical guidance for those involved in communicating health ...
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How Implicit is Implicit Learning?: Edited by Dianne C. Berry

Dianne Berry - Psychology - 1997 - 245 pages
Implicit learning is said to occur when a person learns about a complex stimulus without necessarily intending to do so, and in such a way that the resulting knowledge is ...
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Gaining Funding for Research: A Guide for Academics and Institutions

Dianne Berry - Education - 2010 - 218 pages
Success at seeking and gaining funding is now a vital component of building of a successful research career. The book sets out the case for why success at winning funding is so ...
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Expert Systems: A Manager's Guide

Karl M. Wiig, International Labour Office - Business & Economics - 1990 - 182 pages
The aim of this volume is to give practical guidance on how to establish and use expert systems technology within an organization, avoiding various pitfalls on the way. The ...
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Managing Expert Systems

Efraim Turban, Jay Liebowitz - Computers - 1992 - 484 pages
Managing Expert Systems explores the trends in expert systems development and implementation. As top authorities in the field of ES, Turban and Liebowitz examine the factors ...
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