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Training curricula and structured representations in human and machine learning

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Humans display a remarkable ability to learn from previous experience. Far from being passively received, however, the training experiences we encounter in modern life are often chosen by ourselves or other people. Existing work shows that some training schedules (“curricula”) work better than others in specific situations, but our understanding of when and why these curricula work is limited, making it difficult to predict curriculum success in novel settings. Compounding this issue, the ...

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MSD
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Experimental Psychology
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University of Oxford
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Oxford-Wolfson Marriott-Glyn Humphreys Graduate Scholarship in Experimental Psychology
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DPhil
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University of Oxford

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