Relearn

Relearning (also known as the savings method) is a method of measuring the retention of learned material by measuring how much faster a person can relearn material that had been previously learned and then forgotten.

An example of this could be memory of algebra procedures. Many people forget algebraic procedures quickly unless they review them frequently. A relearning session can test how quickly a person can review and remember the material they have forgotten.

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History of Psychology
History of Psychology