# Difference between revisions of "Understanding encoding inhibition, retrieval inhibition and destructive interference effects of errors during practice"

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+ | This experiment has recently begun. The hypothesis is that errors during learning reduce performance through causing some sort of interference effect. Essentially the question is if you get item A wrong at time t, does that effect the chance of getting B wrong at time t+1. If such effects occur then the model of practice used for [[optimized scheduling]] will need to be revised to be more accurate. Such an improvement in accuracy should then translate to increased gains for students that have practice controlled by the model. | ||

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## Revision as of 10:19, 29 March 2007

PIs | Pavlik, Koedinger |
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Faculty | Koedinger |

Postdocs | Pavlik |

Others with > 160 hours | n/a |

Learnlab | None (stimuli from Chinese learnlab) |

Number of participants | 10 |

Total Participant Hours | 15 |

Datashop? | Expected date 7/15 |

## Contents

### Abstract

This experiment has recently begun. The hypothesis is that errors during learning reduce performance through causing some sort of interference effect. Essentially the question is if you get item A wrong at time t, does that effect the chance of getting B wrong at time t+1. If such effects occur then the model of practice used for optimized scheduling will need to be revised to be more accurate. Such an improvement in accuracy should then translate to increased gains for students that have practice controlled by the model.

### Glossary

### Research question

### Background and significance

### Dependent variables

### Independent variables

### Hypothesis

### Findings

### Explanation

### Descendants

Optimizing the practice schedule

### Annotated bibliography

Forthcoming