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Most psychological interventions have to be administered repeatedly to be effective, but what is the optimal frequency? The answer will depend on how quickly the effects build up and wear off between intervention sessions. We investigated these temporal dynamics in a popular self-regulation intervention – implementation intentions. We combined a novel intervention design with objective high-resolution data of students' learning success during 40 days of preparation for an exam. Studentsdoi:10.31234/osf.io/bz49m fatcat:2mqrlevfwvhfbl6ovfpp4ughxm