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As far as I know the effectiveness of chunking depends on (1) test speed and (2) amount of practice. At low speed simple techniquest benefit almost everyone a little, even with virtually no practice. …
answered Aug 27 '18 by Fizz
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Chunking leverages long-term memory for the chunks, i.e. we recognize and remember much easier the familiar chunks, sometimes algorithmically. This is much easier explained in the domain of letters/wo …
answered Oct 15 '17 by Fizz