Experience-expectant Learning


Experience-expectant learning is an idea developed by John Bruer and colleagues, in relation to their work on neuroplasticity. Experience-expectant learning is a proposed category of plasticity in which organisms prepare for incorporating specific information, at a given point in their development.

Greenough, W., Black, J., Wallace C. (1987) – “Experience and Brain Development“. Child Development, 58, 539-559



Memory training