14 January, 2009


In most learning, sequences can consist of sub-sequences and these can in turn consist of sub-sub sequences.

Chunks in motor learning are identified by pauses between successive actions...

Chunking in cognitive psychology and mnemonic, refers to a strategy for more efficient use of short-term memory by recording and retrieving information in small segments.

It is like eating an elephant, we can only eat one small piece at a time, yet, given time, we can finish the whole elephant!

For more academic explanation on Chuncking, read the following!

Source of information:

"Chunking (psychology)" from Wikipedia


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