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Which statement best summarizes the observations of early memory researcher Hermann Ebbinghaus in 1885?
Memory is a literal recording of events we have experienced.
Encoding a particular subject always in the same place improves memory retention.
Basic memory cannot be improved upon, even with extensive use of mnemonics or other memory strategies.
The more fully something is learned, the longer it will be remembered.
Emotional memories, called flashbulb memories, are easy to encode and subsequently, remember.