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Overlearning is a pedagogical concept according to which newly acquired skills should be practiced well beyond the point of initial mastery, leading to automaticity.
The Yerkes-Dodson law predicts that overlearning can improve performance in states of high arousal.
- ↑ Long, Martyn (2000). The Psychology of Education, Routledge.