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{{Quotation|'''Naturalness principle''': Experiential cognition is aided when the properties of the representation match the properties of the thing being represented.|[Norman, 1993]}}
 
{{Quotation|'''Naturalness principle''': Experiential cognition is aided when the properties of the representation match the properties of the thing being represented.|[Norman, 1993]}}
  
== References ===
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== References ==
 
*[Norman, 1993] Norman, Donald. Things That Make Us Smart, Addison Wesley. 1993, p. 72
 
*[Norman, 1993] Norman, Donald. Things That Make Us Smart, Addison Wesley. 1993, p. 72
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:54, 5 December 2006

Naturalness principle: Experiential cognition is aided when the properties of the representation match the properties of the thing being represented.
[Norman, 1993]


References[edit]

  • [Norman, 1993] Norman, Donald. Things That Make Us Smart, Addison Wesley. 1993, p. 72