separating successive study sessions rather than massing such sessions—has large positive ef- fects on long-term memory (see, e.g., Cepeda, Pashler, Vul, Wixted, & Rohrer, 2006; Dempster, 1988). But what do students choose to do? Choosing to space study activities requires a belief that most students may not have—that spacing is advanta- geous
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