distributed effort

dis·trib·ut·ed ef·fort

in psychology, learning that involves small units of work and interpolated rest periods, as contrasted with massed learning, in which the individual works continually until the skill is mastered.
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This is a distributed effort that will depend on the active participation of individuals like you., The Policy Program can initiate, support, and participate but we cannot be the sole driver.
Maintaining the engagement and utilizing the skills of participants in a distributed effort such as the TSCP is a continuing challenge.
This phenomenon is known as "task spacing" or "distributed effort" (see Dempster, 1988, for a review).
Americans' decentralized, distributed efforts to defend against them will also defend against the threat of cyberwarfare.
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