Definition of learning

Learning is a process within the human personality, the changes are placed in the form of increased quality and quantity.
Definition of learning according to Hilhard Bower in the book Theories of Learning (1975) Learning associated with changes in a person's behavior to something situation caused by repeated experiences in that situation, where changes in behavior can not be explained or basic innate response tendencies, maturation.
According to Gagne in the book The Condition of Learning (1977) Learning occurs when something together with the content of the stimulus situation affects the students' memories so that his actions (his performance) before he changed from time to time through situation after situation he had experienced earlier.
Meanwhile, Morgan provides a definition of learning is a relatively settled Any change in behavior that occur as a result of training or experience.
Wetherington believes learning is a change in personality self-described as a new pattern of reactions in the form of skills, attitudes, habits, intelligence or an understanding.
Ngalim Purwanto, MP provides for the definition study of several elements:
a. Learning is a change in behavior in which the changes that can lead to better behavior, but it is likely to lead to more bad behavior.
b. Learning is a change that occurs through training or experience in the sense of the changes caused by growth or as a result of learning dianggab not like the changes that happen to a baby.
c. Learning is a relatively steady change, should be the end of a long enough period of time.
d. Learning is a change in behavior related to various aspects of personality, both physically and psychologically as: a change in understanding, solving a problem, thinking, skills, abilities, habits and attitudes.

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