A Temporal Ridgeline of Optimal Retention

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To achieve enduring retention, people must usually study information on multiple occasions. How does the timing of study events affect retention? Prior research has examined this issue only in a spotty fashion, usually with very short time intervals. In a study aimed at characterizing spacing effects over significant durations, more than 1,350 individuals… (More)

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@inproceedings{Cepeda2008ATR, title={A Temporal Ridgeline of Optimal Retention}, author={Nicholas J. Cepeda and Edward Vul and Doug Rohrer and John T. Wixted and Harold Pashler}, year={2008} }