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Benjamin Franklin writing technique

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Franklin's technique takes advantage of several learning-related effects:
* [[Generationeffect|Generation effect]]/[[testing effect]]: without looking at the actual example piece of writing, he attempts to produce an imitation, i.e., he attempts to generate the piece of writing himself.
* [[Spacing effect]]: before trying to produce the imitation, he leaves aside the example piece of writing for some time so that he forgets it to some extent.

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