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What is the meaning of Learning?

Learning occurs when an actor in problem situation invents, then produces a solution. Learning has not occurred until a match, or mismatch, [between actual and desired states] is produced (Argyris, 1992: 8-9).

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Dan Harrington and Bill Robertie, "Harrington on Hold'em Expert Strategy for No Limit Tournaments: Endgame, 2".
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