Which of the following best describes a general rule about practice

Which of the following best describes a general rule

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35.Which of the following best describes a general rule about practice distribution schedules for thelength and distribution of practice sessions? A. Distributed practice schedules are better. B.Massed practice schedules are better. C.Both schedules lead to the same amount of learning. D.The rule would depend on the type of skill being learned. 36.If Mary practiced a skill for 30 seconds and then had a 2-second rest between each trial, and Sally practiced the same skill for 30 seconds and had a 40-second rest between each trial, who is in the massed practice condition, and who is in the distributed condition? 37.Research has shown that people who practice in a blocked practice schedule tend to overestimate how well they are learning during practice. 38.Research evidence has provided support for both the elaboration and action-plan reconstruction hypotheses that have been proposed to account for the contextual interference effect. 39.In the U.S. Army sponsored study by Schendel and Hagman, the machine gun assembly disassembly skill that was shown to benefit from overtraining was referred to as which of the following types of skill? A.Procedural skill B.Continuous skill C.Dynamic skill D.Open skill 40.Which of the following is the best definitionof massed practice ?
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41.Which of the following best explains why simple and easy skills are most likely to show learning deficits because of overlearning? 42.Which of the following skills are most likely to benefit from massed practice? 43.If the type of skill is taken into account, massed practice and distributed practice schedules benefitthe learning of which types of skills? A.Continuous skills are learned better with massed schedules; discrete skills are learned better with distributed schedules. B.Continuous skills are learned better with distributed schedules; discrete skills are learned better with massed schedules. C.Both continuous and discrete skills are learned better with massed schedules. D. Both continuous and discrete skills are learned better with distributed schedules.
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