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Thanks for checking out Perceptual Learning == More Ruby experts? presented at RubyConf 2021.
You can find the slides and the resources mentioned in this talk below:
The Science of Expertise series
hexdevs team is working on some guides and exercises for practicing Ruby following the research principles shared here. A written format from this talk and new published articles can be found in the The Science of Expertise series ✍🏼
I want to express my gratitude for:
- Thiago Araujo, my partner in my crime. I couldn’t have made it without your support!
- WMN.RB Community (Emily, Sweta, Stephannie, Gabi, Jemma) for the support since submitting a proposal to giving feedback on the final draft.
Decoding Greatness: How the Best in the World Reverse Engineer Success - Dr. Ron Friedman
Badass: Making Users Awesome - Kathy Sierra
Perceptual Learning Modules in Flight Training - Philip J. Kellman and Mary K. Kaiser (1994).
Perceptual Learning, Cognition, and Expertise - Philip J. Kellman and Christine M. Massey (2013).
Adaptive response-time-based category sequencing in perceptual learning - Mettler & Kellman (2014).
Perceptual Learning Modules in Mathematics: Enhancing Students’ Pattern Recognition, Structure Extraction, and Fluency - Philip J. Kellman,a Christine M. Massey,b Ji Y. Sona (2009).
Perceptual learning and the technology of expertise: Studies in fraction learning and algebra - Kellman et al. (2008)
The Psychophysics of Algebra Expertise: Mathematics Perceptual Learning Interventions Produce Durable Encoding Changes - Bufford et al. (2014)
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