Chora Liu 高二上 (2012/07/06 13:55)
Ming Kuang 小六下 (2013/05/04 09:08)
When individuals are trying to form a concept, and feedback is given about group membership or non-membership, the individuals tend to form and test hypotheses. J. S. Bruner and his colleagues did significant work on this in 1956, examining the way that participants tried to identify a concept provided by the researchers. The participants chose cards and were told whether each card chosen was a member of the group or not.
EMico Chen 高三下 (2015/12/24 17:56)