Stephen Howard Duncan

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Recent memory theory has emphasized the concept of need probability--that is, the probability that a given piece of learned information will be tested at some point in the future. It has been proposed that, in real-world situations, need probability declines over time and that the memory-loss rate is calibrated to match the progressive reduction in need(More)
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