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'''<span id="stability">stability</span>''' - one of the two variables describing memory traces in learning (the other is [[#retrievability|'''retrievability''']]). '''Stability''' determines the speed of the negatively exponential decline of memory traces. '''Stability''' can be expressed, for example, by the '''optimum interval''' in [[#spaced_repetition|'''spaced repetition''']] (often normalized for the [[#forgetting_index|'''forgetting index''']] equal to 10%). See: [http://supermemo.com/english/2vm.htm Two components of long-term memory]
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'''<span id="stability">stability</span>''' - one of the two variables describing memory traces in learning (the other is [[Glossary:Retrievability|'''retrievability''']]). '''Stability''' determines the speed of the negatively exponential decline of memory traces. '''Stability''' can be expressed, for example, by the '''optimum interval''' in [[Glossary:Spaced_repetition|'''spaced repetition''']] (often normalized for the [[Glossary:Forgetting_index|'''forgetting index''']] equal to 10%). See: [http://supermemo.com/english/2vm.htm Two components of long-term memory]

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stability - one of the two variables describing memory traces in learning (the other is retrievability). Stability determines the speed of the negatively exponential decline of memory traces. Stability can be expressed, for example, by the optimum interval in spaced repetition (often normalized for the forgetting index equal to 10%). See: Two components of long-term memory