Memory: A Contribution to Experimental Psychology
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- Translators' Introduction
- Author's Preface
- Chapter 1. Our Knowledge Concerning Memory
- Chapter 2. The Possibility of Enlarging Our Knowledge of Memory
- Chapter 3. The Method of Investigation
- Chapter 4. The Utility of the Averages Obtained
- Chapter 5. Rapidity of Learning Series of Syllables as a Function of Their Length
- Chapter 6. Retention as a Function of the Number of Repetitions
- Chapter 7. Retention and Obliviscence as a Function of the Time
- Chapter 8. Retention as a Function of Repeated Learning
- Chapter 9. Retention as a Function of the Order of Succession of the Members of the Series
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