The Failed Spacing Effect 30 Years Later (Part 1) — Learning Scientists Blog – The Learning Scientists

By Yana WeinsteinThirty years ago, Frank N. Demster wrote an article entitled “A Case Study in the Failure to Apply the Results of Psychological Research” (1). His case study was the spacing effect – the finding that studying information presented spaced out over time is more effective for learning than is studying the same information…

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