Spaced Practice for Skill Learning — Learning Scientists Blog – The Learning Scientists

By Cindy NebelPsychologists often breakdown memory into different types. Long-term memory can be divided into two different types: explicit memories and implicit memories. Explicit memories are memories for events and facts. They are memories that we can easily think and talk about. Implicit memories are a bit different. Implicit memories include procedural (muscle) memories as…

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