Ebbinghaus


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Eb·bing·haus

(eb'ing-hows),
Hermann, German, 1850-1909. See: Ebbinghaus test.
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Dan Ebbinghaus, SITA's President The Americas added: "As airports in the US face the demands of implementing the new security legislation they are also looking to SITA to find mechanisms to reduce their operating costs.
Dan Ebbinghaus, SITA's President of the Americas, added: "We are delighted that the CUTE CLUB has chosen to maintain its trust in SITA and give us the opportunity to upgrade its systems.
Dan Ebbinghaus, SITA's President of the Americas, said: "We are always looking at ways to develop our existing systems and add in innovations which will drive forward the services that airports can provide to their passengers.
Ebbinghaus, assistant professor of medicine at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center, as principal investigator, and the other under the direction of Dr.
The curriculum is founded on principles first cited in studies by the late 18th century German psychologist Hermann Ebbinghaus, a pioneer of experimental study of memory, and later foundational research by Professor C.
Dan Ebbinghaus, Vice President, Government and Security, SITA said, "SITA has extensive expertise in delivering complex border management solutions to cater for different countries' needs.
Dan Ebbinghaus, Vice President, Government and Security, SITA, said: "SITA has extensive expertise in delivering complex border management solutions to cater for different countries' needs.
The debate about the exact year of decline continues but there is a broad consensus amongst scholars of industrial relations that unionization has been on the decline since late 80s around the world (Checchi & Visser, 2005; Ebbinghaus & Visser, 1999; Visser, 2003; Western, 1997).
Ebbinghaus 1964/1885; Hull 1932) contended that understanding a stimulus sequence was simply a sequence of responses occurring as the stimuli were presented (S1-S2-S3 occasions R1-R2-R3).
a formal state," a definition that he acknowledges is vague, and, by 1905, German psychologist Hermann Ebbinghaus had conceded that "attention is a real embarrassment to psychology.