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Corbin is convinced that he remembers the material from his text much better when he studies for 3 hours straight through on the night before the exam, rather than when he studies for 30 minutes each night on 6 consecutive nights. Corbin's experience is NOT consistent with memory research that has documented the effectiveness of a. chunking c. massed practice. b. distributed practice. d. prospective memory.

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  1. 11 June, 18:32
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    The correct answer is: B

    Explanation:

    Distributed practice is a memory strategy which states spreading studying throughout the semester or the week. It is the opposite of cramming. It is also said, according to the investigators, that the best way to learn, master and retain any content or skill is to distribute practice which involves going over the same material at least two or more sessions distributed a day apart.
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