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[Translation from English to Japanese ] A motivational paradox arises in the “production bias” people bring to the ta...

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A motivational paradox arises in the “production bias” people bring to the task of learning and using computing equipment. Their paramount goal is throughput. This is a desirable state of affairs in that it gives users a focus for their activity with a system, and it increases their likelihood of receiving concrete reinforcement from their work. A second, cognitive paradox devolves from the “assimilation bias”: people apply what they already know to interpret new situations. This bias can be helpful, when there are useful similarities between the new and old information (as when a person learns to use a word processor taking it to be a super typewriter or an electronic desktop).
Translated by lilacwonder
第二のパラドックス、これは認知に関することであるが、これは新しい知識を消化しようとするプロセスから発生する。人は往々にして既に知っていることを未知の状況でも適用しようとする。この傾向は、新しい情報と既知の情報に共通点がある場合は有効であるが (例えば、ワープロの使い方を学ぼうとしている時にタイプライターの進化したもの、電子デスクトップのようなもの、と考えること)。

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