Annotation:Annotationen:Learning and Adaptation in the Theory of Constructivism/Twposv16hf

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Annotation Comment This addition was legitimate because, although reflexive action patterns are ‘wired in’ and remain fixed for a certain time, they can eventually be modified or even dismantled by the organism’s experience. Adults, for instance, no longer manifest some of the reflexes that helped them to find the mother’s nipple when they were infants.
Last Modification Date 2019-07-24T14:43:41.583Z
Last Modification User User:Sarah Oberbichler
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