Word of The Day

Proactive Interference is defined as the “tendency of previously learned material to hinder subsequent learning.” Chances are, we’re all able to relate to classic example of this hinderance:” Things like your old address popping into your mind when you have to write your new address for a few months after you move. Or uh oh! calling your current partner by the name of your ex.

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