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Definition of Automatization
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Automatization
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1. Mind in the Making: A Study in Mental Development by Edgard James Swift (1909)
"Considered from the point of view of visible progress they are resting places, but from the side of automatization of associations they are most active ..."
2. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1915)
"Such a process is within the realm of social psychology just as distinctly as any other process of automatization in the field of educational psychology or ..."
3. The Scientific Spirit and Social Work by Arthur James Todd (1919)
"Considered from the point of view of automatization they are resting ... The learner has overshot his permanent power and must wait until the automatization ..."
4. Studies in Philosophy and Psychology by Charles Edward Garman, James Hayden Tufts, Frederick James Eugene Woodbridge, Edmund Burke Delabarre, Arthur Henry Pierce, Frank Chapman Sharp (1906)
"Closely connected with the fact that the automatization of so-called " higher-order" habits is contemporaneous with that of the " lower-order " is the ..."
5. Learning and Doing by Edgar James Swift (1914)
"Perhaps, indeed, some habits will not seem to make any progress at all toward automatization. The inclination of the teacher is to ignore temporarily the ..."
6. Cognitive Learning Theory and Cane Travel Instruction: A New Paradigm by Richard Mettler (1998)
"Singer (1977) states that highly guided learning in motor skills promotes automatization; discovery learning checks automatization in favor of a range of ..."
7. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1916)
"The first instance is doubtless an example of automatization of the reaction consciousness. The second may be due to the Aufgabe concerned.8* As we have ..."