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Many studies have demonstrated the testing effect: If people’s accurate recollections of 18 ROEDIGER AND GALLO FIG. 5. A graph of Ebbinghaus’s (1885/1964) famous forgetting function. Ebbinghaus learned material perfectly and measured how long it took him to do so. At later points in time he relearned the material and measured how much less time it took for relearning (the percent savings measure). The idea is that the better the memory for the original material, the greater the savings in relearning.

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