Cognitive mechanisms of the effectiveness of repeated reproductions in the process of learning
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The article deals with the problem of repeated reproductions (verbal recalls) which provide retrieval practice. Research on the effects of repeated reproductions are reviewed along with the theoretical analyses of basic cognitive mechanisms underlying them. The two main groups of theories refer to the testing effect and spacing effect respectively. Some educational implications of such research and analyses are suggested in consclusions.
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