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Ebbinghaus

(ˈɛbɪŋhaʊs)
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(Biography) Hermann. (ˈhɛrman). 1850–1909, German experimental psychologist who undertook the first systematic and large-scale studies of memory and devised tests using nonsense syllables
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"The positive opinion adopted by the EMA, which is based on data showing KEYTRUDA in combination with axitinib significantly improved overall survival regardless of PD-L1 expression, is an important step toward a new first-line treatment option for these patients," said Scot Ebbinghaus, VP, clinical research, Merck Research Labs.
Mary Ellen Ebbinghaus Mary Ellen Ebbinghaus, age 88, passed away on Sunday, January 27, 2019.
Behal, David Mayer and Berthold Unfried, and Angelika Ebbinghaus, praises van der Linden's work as a "scientific organiser and networker." The second comprises five field and case studies, by Michael Zeuske (slavery in Spanish America), Rossana Barragan Romano (Potosi's silver and "the Global World of Trade"), Touraj Atabaki (the 1946 strike of oil workers in Iran), Gorkem Akgoz (petitioning as a form of industrial bargaining in a Turkish state factory) and Jenny Chan (working-class power in post-socialist China).
During the Vedic period (1500-600 BC), learning use to happen through correct pronunciation and recital of hymns, formulas and incantations which used to happen through experience and repetition, quite similar to the theory shared by Hermann Ebbinghaus pertaining to repetitions and practice.
Easley first highlighted this effect, called the Ebbinghaus forgetting curve (Easley 1937), and it was recently revalidated (Murre and Dros 2015).
Finally, the EBBINGHAUS trial examined the relationship between long-term PCSK9 use and cognitive function.
The well-known German psychologist Hermann Ebbinghaus (1913) proposed an overlearning approach to education, meaning for a person to master a certain body of knowledge, they must practice to the point of mastery.
Hermann Ebbinghaus, whose work was published in 1855, experimented and proved retention as a function of repeated learning.5 Miller in 1955 suggested that seven plus or minus two items can be stored at one time in short-term memory.
The EBBINGHAUS substudy of the ongoing FOURIER trial (Further Cardiovascular Outcomes Research With PCSK9 Inhibition in Subjects With Elevated Risk) of the PCSK9 inhibitor evolocumab (Repatha) provides welcome data on cognition.
(35) On the date of the translation of the icon, see Andreas Ebbinghaus, "Reception and Ideology in the Literature of Muscovite Rus'," in Culture and Identity in Muscovy, 75.
In 1885, Ebbinghaus discovered the exponential nature of forgetting, also known today as the retention curve or forgetting curve, depending on how the data is presented.