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A Developmental Account of the Spacing Effect: Children That Forget More, Remember More

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Dr. Haley Vlach presents her research into the spacing effect and the stage at which it manifests in children. She found that some children remembered more from spaced out learning practice, while others benefited from massed learning. She hypothesizes that the spacing effect is tied to the development of long-term memory.

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