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The Oxford Review Research-Based Guide to Unlearning

The Oxford Review Research-Based Guide to Unlearning

Keywords: unlearning, unlearn, learning, knowledge, forgetting, psychological unlearning, organisational unlearning

 

There has been a fairly constant and consistent interest over the past few years in the ideas of unlearning, to unlearn and how to unlearn in both the popular and research literature.

The idea of unlearning has firmly entered the organisational development rhetoric as well as that of individual human learning. But what is it and what does the latest research evidence actually say about it?

This 14 page special report looks at the very latest research evidence for unlearning.

 

Contents

  • Unlearning: The latest research
  • Background
  • Criticism
  • The psychological non-origins of unlearning
  • Theory Change and Unlearning
  • Unlearning in the organisational development and management literature
  • Parenthetical learning
  • New research on unlearning
  • What is there evidence for?
  • Conclusion
  • References

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