2 edition of Immediate learning reinforcement in a complex mental-motor skill (driver training) using motion pictures found in the catalog.
Immediate learning reinforcement in a complex mental-motor skill (driver training) using motion pictures
Robert B. Hayes
by Harrisburg City School District, Manpower Development & Training Program in [Harrisburg?]
Written in English
Title VII project no. 1090-II supported by the U.S. Office of Education under the National Defense Education Act, grant no. 7-48-0000-251.
|Statement||Author and principal investigator: Robert B. Hayes.|
|Contributions||United States. Educational Media Program.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
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