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Unformatted text preview: about remembering some syllables. But I am sure he could remember two girls’ phone numbers without any problems. The results that I came up with in my test were about exactly what I predicted. As students we often find ourselves using the method of massed practice to study for tests and other exams. Massed practice is the same thing as cramming. It is one big block of information and is not broken into smaller bits of information. This is not a good way to study and it is harder for the memory to recall. Distributed practice on the other hand is a much better and smarter way to study. By breaking things into smaller sections and spreading it out over time our memory is more likely to recall this information. Students could improve grades just by not procrastinating, and studying smaller blocks of information over longer periods of time...
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course PSY 101 taught by Professor Feuquay during the Spring '08 term at Mesa CC.
- Spring '08