The New Theory of Disuse and Performance Learning
When we talk about our memory, or our lack of it, it is most commonly described as knowledge that is “in” or “out” of our brains. When we forget something, we describe that as “losing” a memory.
But evidence from research over the last couple decades suggest that that is not that case. If memories don't disappear, how do we improve our ability to retrieve them? And, what does that suggest about what we are calling Performance Learning?
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