Forgetting is necessary for learning, desirable difficulties and the need to dissociate learning and performance

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  1. 21/01/2015

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  5. 03/07/2015

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  7. 26/08/2016

    […] original article here (Bjork and Bjork, 1992) or a more detailed summary I have written previously here (Emeny, 2015). Bob also explains it in this video: the theory of disuse and the role of forgetting […]

  8. 27/08/2016

    […] original article here (Bjork and Bjork, 1992) or a more detailed summary I have written previously here (Emeny, 2015). Bob also explains it in this video: the theory of disuse and the role of forgetting […]

  9. 07/10/2016

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