tr.v. o·ver·learned also o·ver·learnt (-lûrnt′), o·ver·learn·ing, o·ver·learns
To continue studying or practicing (something) after initial proficiency has been achieved so as to reinforce or ingrain the learned material or skill.
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It may be that the other contenders have overlearned the lessons of Hillary Clinton's inability to make that argument stick against Trump in 2016.
You are less likely to forget how to manipulate the controls because continuous eye-hand tasks become overlearned and automatic.
Automatic (or inattentive) eating is unavoidable, because eating is an overlearned behavior that often becomes secondary to other tasks of everyday life (19).
Context processing helps the individual with choosing an appropriate reaction against a competing, overlearned response even when the appropriate context processing appears less dominant than an unsuitable course of action, and is associated with a prefrontal-cortex-centered network (Cohen, Barch, Carter, & Servan-Schreiber, 1999).
After all, Obama had overlearned the lessons of Iraq.
However, this model does not predict format effects on the mechanisms of calculation since each format, number words or Arabic digits, is transferred to a verbal code before calculation starts (Noel, Fias, & Brysbaert, 1997), mainly for overlearned calculations such as single-digit addition and multiplication problems (but not for subtraction problems, in which a magnitude code is used).
This investigation juxtaposed memorized beside spontaneous musical processes (the researchers calling these 'overlearned' and 'improvised', respectively), on two separate levels: using a simple scalar device and a more abstract utilization of a harmonic progression.
Although self-regulation is less important for well-learned, automatic activities and routines, it is vital in new activities that require inhibition of an overlearned plan so that a new problem-solving strategy can be developed.
39-Grol, M.; Lange, F.; Verstraten, F.; Passingham, R.; Toni, I Cerebral changes during performance of overlearned arbitrary visuomotor association.
In other circumstances, SIB may be overlearned (habitual) or powerfully responsive to a given cue such that the client may not even be aware of the steps leading to SIB once a cue is presented (e.g., a client with post-traumatic stress disorder is re-traumatized during a strip-search, dissociates, and is unaware of placing a shirt around his neck once he is in his room).