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Damping
 
Darwin, Charles R.
 
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David Marr
 
Declarative knowledge
 
Declarative Memory
 
DeMorgan, Augustus
 
Dendrite
 
Dendritic Pathfinding
 
Deoxyribonucleic Acid
 
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Diaconis, Persi
 
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Differential Inhibition
 
Diffusion Tensor Imaging
 
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Donald Hebb
 
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Dunning-Kruger Effect
 
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Dunning-Kruger Effect

 
An observation that people report a much higher level of skill and understanding in a subject early on in their learning about it, than they actually possess.

Could be (?) thought of as the first stage of learning about a new subject is grasping the essence, while the next stage (or stages) is about learning what we don't know about the subject.

 

 
 


































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