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OBLIGATIONS
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Flashcard 5564840414476

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Article 1156. An obligation is a juridical necessity to give, to do or not to do.

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Retrieval Practice and Stress
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THE LEARNING SCIENTISTS JUN25 Retrieval Practice and Stress LEARNING SCIENTISTS POSTS, FOR TEACHERS, FOR RESEARCHERS, FOR STUDENTS By: Megan Sumeracki Megan, circa 2015, stuck at an airport. I’m definitely not in airports this spring, but this is reminiscent of how I feel some days in 2020!! School can be stressful, and 2020 has been a particularly stressful year for many of us. So, for this week’s blog, I thought I would write about retrieval practice and stress. Fortunately, I get to share some good news! Prior research has shown that acute stress can hinder our ability to retrieve information. Acute stress is stress that comes from a specific event. (Note: Acute stress is different from chronic stress, where our exposure to stress hormones is repeated and relatively constant. For more information on acute and chronic stress, see this page through the Centre for Studies on



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Retrieval Practice and Stress — The Learning Scientists
nd 2020 has been a particularly stressful year for many of us. So, for this week’s blog, I thought I would write about retrieval practice and stress. Fortunately, I get to share some good news! <span>Prior research has shown that acute stress can hinder our ability to retrieve information. Acute stress is stress that comes from a specific event. (Note: Acute stress is different from chronic stress, where our exposure to stress hormones is repeated and relatively constant




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Prior research has shown that [...] stress can hinder our ability to retrieve information
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Retrieval Practice and Stress — The Learning Scientists
nd 2020 has been a particularly stressful year for many of us. So, for this week’s blog, I thought I would write about retrieval practice and stress. Fortunately, I get to share some good news! <span>Prior research has shown that acute stress can hinder our ability to retrieve information. Acute stress is stress that comes from a specific event. (Note: Acute stress is different from chronic stress, where our exposure to stress hormones is repeated and relatively constant