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Ebbinghaus

Hermann. . 1850--1909, German experimental psychologist who undertook the first systematic and large-scale studies of memory and devised tests using nonsense syllables
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However institutions other than unions have emerged which take care of the unemployment insurance which eroded the Ghent System which has resulted in the decline in unionization in these countries (Blaschke, 2000; Bockerman & Uusitalo, 2006; Ebbinghaus & Visser, 1999; Visser, 2002; 2003).
Scott Palmer (New York: Zone Books, 1991), 122; Ribot, Psychologie de I'attention (Paris: Bailliere, 1889), 110, my translation; Ebbinghaus quoted in Crary, Suspensions of Perception, 45n.
THERE IS AN OLD marketing adage, based on a scientific study about the average learning curve for people assimilating new information that was originally attributed to Hermann Ebbinghaus in the late 1800s.
In the view of many thinkers, including Pierre Janet, Herman Ebbinghaus, Frederick Nietzsche, Henry Maudsley, William James, Herbert Spencer, Henri Bergson, Walter Benjamin, and Louis Lavelle, the advantages of ridding ourselves of the "old lumber of the past" were enormous.
This technique was founded by a German scholar named Ebbinghaus in the year 1897 and was named Ebbinghaus Sentence Completion Method.
The fact that declining union power is an international phenomenon (Bryson, Ebbinghaus & Visser, 2011) is important.
Internationally (Feldstein 1998; Orenstein 2008; Ebbinghaus 2011) and in Australia (Gallery et al.
Commenting on the win, Dan Ebbinghaus, Sita VP, Government and Security Solutions, said: "This award recognizes the fact that for more than 15 years SITA has focused on delivering the most sophisticated and advanced border management solutions.
Ursula Sandler always took the load off her husband Christian Heinrich, who passed away two years ago, and she always assessed his ideas from her practical point of view, says Ellen Ebbinghaus.
Dr D Samuel Schwarzkopf, Chen Song and Professor Geraint Rees showed participants the Ebbinghaus illusion and the Ponzo illusion to show that individual volunteers saw the illusions differently.