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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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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.
Nauen R, Jeschke P, Velten R, Beck ME, Ebbinghaus U, Thielert W, Wolfel K, Hass M, Kunz K, Raupach G.
Para esto, los investigadores realizaron el estudio EBBINGHAUS en un subgrupo de 1.
In addition, a study known as EBBINGHAUS embedded within the larger analysis explored effects on cognition using a validated tablet-based tool.
Ebbinghaus (1885/1964) merely mentioned that he rarely made mistakes with a list of six syllables and that seven was the "usual" number of items he could correctly recall upon a single reading.
The extensively studied Ebbinghaus illusion of size illustrates that our perception of size is greatly influenced by the context in which an object is presented.
Na representacao mais simples, por pontos, atenta para os frequentes erros de proporcao ao se lidar com sua escala e uma falha frequente relacionada a ilusao de Ebbinghaus, pela qual circulos de mesma area sao percebidos de forma diferente de acordo com o que esta em seu entorno.
This study, EBBINGHAUS, evaluated a subgroup of 1,204 patients in the FOURIER study and subjected them to cognitive testing for memory and other executive functions over a two-year period.
EBBINGHAUS randomly selected 1,974 of the FOURIER placebo and evolocumab patients and subjected them to a battery of cognitive and memory tests at baseline, then after 6, 12, 24, and 48 months on treatment, and also at the end of the study.
Ethan Armit was staff advisor and Tim Ebbinghaus, an Ontario Mine Rescue Officer, was team trainer.
Hermann Ebbinghaus (1850-1909 German psychologist) performed an experimental study on memory.
Entre sus precursores es posible identificar a Ebbinghaus (1913), que en sus investigaciones sobre el Aprendizaje Verbal desarrollo contribuciones notables a esta disciplina.