Implicit Learning is a General Predictor of Professional Development Success and the Achievement of Expert Level
AbstractSearching cognitive predictors of effective professional development need for the HR practice and science cognitive research. This study is directed towards a definition of integration of intellectual abilities as predictors of practical success in different professions. Correlation between the level of psychometric intelligence structures, creativity and implicit learning in different professions: specialists in information technologies, economists, educators had been identified. Hypothesis that performance on implicit learning tasks are related to professional success through different professions and specific patterns of cognitive characteristics are promoted real achievements in different professional sphere were examined. Data analysis was made by statistical software WizWhy, Mathlab.
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