Thursday, April 29, 2010
Argosy University: The Forgetting Curve
Almost everyone has had an experience with forgetting something, whether it is as simple as where they put their keys or as unnerving as walking into a classroom with no memory that a major test was scheduled. Important or not, forgetting something often causes people to question what is wrong with their memory, though most often there is absolutely nothing amiss. One of the first people to study the process of forgetting was a psychologist named Hermann Ebbinghaus. Read the full article here.