Correcting 4 Commonly-Held Myths About Learning

 

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In his book, Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning (2014), Peter C. Brown uses cognitive psychology data to show that many of the basic things we assume about long-term memory encoding are wrong:

1. “I’d better review my notes before the test to make sure I remember everything.”

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