chunking


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(psychology) the configuration of smaller units of information into large coordinated units

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Without it, tuna chunking becomes much, much harder.
Content chunking is an exercise that enables instructional designers (IDs) to split information into small pieces or chunks.
ROADWHEELS, IDLER WHEELS AND SUPPORT ROLLERS SHOULD BE INSPECTED FOR WEATHER CRACKING, CHUNKING AND TREAD SEPARATION.
This study investigated the effects of chunking and imagery, two information-processing techniques, on Latin vocabulary acquisition and memory retention.
For your chunking gear, I'd use 20- to 30-pound conventional gear equipped with a 5-to 6-foot fluorocarbon leader.
Since a bird does not need language to engage in memory chunking, Terrace says it "is a more primitive and biologically pervasive cognitive process than has been recognized previously.