Overprompt

O´ver`prompt´


a.1.Too prompt; too ready or eager; precipitate.
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However, Kulhavy (1977) and Roper (1977) suggested that the majority of this research was conducted with instruction that allows learners to view feedback before completing a response, or overprompted instruction in which the learner can make the correct response by only superficially attending to the material.
Thus, it is often not possible to determine whether overprompted or otherwise low-quality instruction was used, unless the instruction is available.