Difference between revisions of "Stability"

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The stability of a skill or memory describes how susceptible it is to forgetting. Long-term retention demonstrates stability of a skill. Stability is a property of a memory or skill, while long-term retention is an observed effect.
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The stability of a skill or memory describes how susceptible it is to [[forgetting]]. Long-term retention demonstrates stability of a skill. Stability is a property of a memory or skill, while long-term retention is an observed effect.
  
 
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[[Category:Glossary]]
 
[[Category:Refinement and Fluency]]
 
[[Category:Refinement and Fluency]]

Latest revision as of 15:12, 12 December 2007

The stability of a skill or memory describes how susceptible it is to forgetting. Long-term retention demonstrates stability of a skill. Stability is a property of a memory or skill, while long-term retention is an observed effect.