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Noland bought a fancy new smartphone. it was a different brand of phone than his old phone, so he spent quite a few frustrating hours learning to use the new one. the problem was that he kept trying to tap icons on the new phone in the places they had been on his old phone. noland's problem was most likely due to

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Chelsea Hayes on November 29, 2018

Noland the problem was most likely due to PROACTIVE INTERFERENCE.Proactive interference refers to the tendency of material learned previously in order to hinder subsequent learning. Proactive interference, in their majority, occur when two of the information that are similar in format are involved.

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