Comments on P. R. Chase's (1985) suggestions in an earlier edition of the present journal with regard to the integration of behavioral instruction techniques with advanced authoring programs to design complex computerized conceptual learning programs. Ways of encouraging the adoption of computer-based instruction are discussed.
behavioral instruction techniques and advanced authoring programs, computerized conceptual learning programs, comments on article by P. R. Chase
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