Revision as of 16:54, 2 December 2007 by PhilPavlik (New page: Category:Glossary Category:PSLC General Category:Refinement and Fluency Probably due the the generativity of active processing tests have been shown to be more effective t...)
Probably due the the generativity of active processing tests have been shown to be more effective then passive presentation of material.
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