Chapter 19: Meet the Anti-Cram: Time-Spaced Learning
Terms in this set (4)
When does the sharpest decline in memory of learned content occur?
first twenty minutes after learning it
How can students improve their retention of learned content?
repetition and review of material over time results in the highest rate of retention
people learn and retain information better when they study it a few times over a period of time, rather than intensely, once or twice, in a short period
to study very hard, with urgency
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