Practical Modes of Knowing
by Robert Sternberg & David R. Caruso - 1985
In this chapter, we seek to (a) define what practical knowledge is, (b) discuss how practical knowledge is represented mentally, (c) discuss its interrelations with other forms of knowledge and with other psychological constructs, (d) show how practical knowledge is acquired, (e) discuss the ways in which practical knowledge can be applied, and (f) summarize the main points we have to share regarding practical knowledge.
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