A subsequent experiment supported this hypothesis. When participants were asked to type in answers as they studied, 58% of dropped items were dropped after a sin- gle correct recall (and 20% after not having been recalled at all!). Such a strategy is far from optimal: Items that are close to being recallable (i.e., in the region of prox- imal learning) on a later test should be prioritized, not dropped.
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