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Hi Michael, Well documented post! As I analyzed, chapters one and two of How we learn: The astounding truth regarding when, where, and why it happens (Carey, 2014), the predominant astonishing factuality I ascertained was the New Theory of Disuse, which indicated that “memories dematerialized unreservedly from the brain over a period of time if they’re not utilized” (Carey, 2014). The initial theory to this probity, is that every memory has a depository strength and a reclamation strength whilst both elevate unwaveringly with cogitating and more discernably with utilization. Bjork and Bjork (1992), theorized that the depository strength never decline but retrieval diminishes quickly without fortification. Howbeit; it does not mean the statistics is not there,
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  • Summer '17
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  • Psychology, Skill, Bjork, Carey

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