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Chaparral skill retention /

The acquisition and retention of selected Chaparral skills were evaluated as a function of Advanced Individual Training (AIT), refresher training, and time. Performance was measured using hands-on performance tests administered at the end of AIT and in the unit and the Technical Manual (TM). Results...

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Main Authors: Shields, Joyce L. (Author), Joyce, Reid P. (Author), VanWert, James R. (Author)
Corporate Authors: Applied Science Associates (Author), APPLIED SCIENCE ASSOCIATES INC VALENCIA PA.
Format: Government Document Online Book
Language:English
Published: Arlington, Virginia : U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, Training Technical Area, March 1979.
Series:Research report (U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences) ; 1205.
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Summary:The acquisition and retention of selected Chaparral skills were evaluated as a function of Advanced Individual Training (AIT), refresher training, and time. Performance was measured using hands-on performance tests administered at the end of AIT and in the unit and the Technical Manual (TM). Results suggest that use of the TM facilitates skill retention and reduces the need for refresher training.
Item Description:Title from title screen (viewed Aug 25, 2014).
"March 1979."
"Performing organization, Applied Science Associates"--Report documentation page.
Physical Description:1 online resource (86 pages) : illustrations.
Access:APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE.