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Judith Kroll, Ph.D.Mar 110
It is not surprising that being bilingual has many practical benefits in an increasingly...
Jennifer McCabe, Ph.D.Mar 7
In this second installment of Tricks to Retain Studied Information, Dr. Jennifer McCabe (Goucher...
Mark McDaniel, Ph.D.Jan 15
Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning
To most of us, learning something “the hard way”...
Alan Castel, Ph.D.Jan 110
This article was originally published in Psychology Today on Alan Castel’s blog, Metacognition and...
Improve Your Memory: The Case Against Crosswords and Google
This article was originally published...
Alan Castel, Ph.D.Nov 4
Dr. Alan Castel (UCLA) talks about how memory changes with age. It’s true that older adults...
Robert Bjork, Ph.D.Nov 30
Dr. Robert Bjork (UCLA) talks about how forgetting is not simply losing something from memory....
Elizabeth Bjork, Ph.D.Oct 25
Rote rehearsal refers to practicing something over and over again, and it’s often the strategy of...
Alan Castel, Ph.D.Oct 25
Memory errors are common and they become more common as we get older, but as Dr. Alan Castel...
Alan Castel, Ph.D.Oct 60
10,000 Simple Steps to a Better Memory: Take a Walk
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