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Doug RohrerMar 160
Suppose you want to improve your golf game—say, driving and putting. If you’re like most people,...
Katherine Rawson, Ph.D.Mar 90
Many of the study techniques that people use might feel like they are effective, but they are...
Jennifer McCabe, Ph.D.Mar 8
Dr. Jennifer McCabe (Goucher College) shares a very useful and powerful memory strategy — the...
Jennifer McCabe, Ph.D.Mar 7
In this second installment of Tricks to Retain Studied Information, Dr. Jennifer McCabe (Goucher...
Aaron Benjamin, Ph.D.Mar 70
We would all agree that failing or making mistakes is not a pleasant experience. What we often...
Sean Kang, Ph.D.Jan 210
In this video, Dr. Sean Kang (Dartmouth College) talks about how the timing of your study...
Nate Kornell, Ph.D.Jan 200
Advice For Teachers: How To Make Daily Quizzes Work
This article was originally published in...
Katherine Rawson, Ph.D.Jan 160
Highlighting is a prevalent study technique among students, with many believing that marking text...
Mark McDaniel, Ph.D.Jan 15
Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning
To most of us, learning something “the hard way”...
Robert Bjork, Ph.D.Nov 4
“Desirable difficulties” is a term coined by Dr. Robert Bjork (UCLA) over 20 years ago. It refers...
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