Lately I've been thinking that not just facts or vocabulary but also acquaintances, relationships, behaviours, thought patterns, and maybe even addictions behave like this, and that the underlying mechanism must be neurological. Has anyone thought about whether the Ebbinghaus curve might also apply to behaviours or interactions with people?
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