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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After all, Obama had overlearned the lessons of Iraq.
Stall recovery should be overlearned until it becomes automatic, instinctive.
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).
Lateral portions of the medial prefrontal cortex (MPFC) engaged in overlearned playing are either deactivated or over-ridden by the brains control over "multiple cognitive functions in the pursuit of behavioral goals" and "maintaining an overriding set of intentions while executing a series of diverse behavioral routines" (Limb & Braun, 2008, p.
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.
I opposed the 2003 invasion of Iraq, but I worry that the West has overlearned from the consequences of Bush's decision.
The potential for Audacious Euphony to spark active discussion lies in Cohn's request for readers "to suspend some overlearned habits" regarding the pedagogy of most North American music theory textbooks (p.
But to the extent that the legal system--and even legal academics--now ignore developments in the mental health disciplines, the lesson of healthy scepticism has been overlearned.
When thinking disrupts intellectual performance: Mindfulness in an overlearned task.
Such methods include demographic based regression equations, and use of tests of overlearned skills thought to be resilient to brain damage (Lezak, et al.
It is a bit too simplistic to define absolute treatment boundaries other than to say most medication interventions tend to impact neurobiological substrates, while habit reversal or exposure-response prevention addresses the overlearned or forces that drive or motivate the behaviors.