New Meta-Analysis on Debunking -- Still an Unclear Way to Potency

A new meta-analysis on debunking was released last week, and I was hoping to get clear guidelines on how to debunk misinformation. Unfortunately, the science […]

It's Behavior Change Stupid! Transfer that!

Those of us in the learning professions are naturally enamored with the power of learning. This is all fine and good--learning is necessary for human […]

Wisdom from John Medina -- and Lunch

John Medina, author of Brain Rules, and Development Molecular Biologist at University of Washington/ Seattle Pacific University, was today's keynote speaker at PCMA's Education Conference […]

Training Maximizers

A few years ago, I created a simple model for training effectiveness based on the scientific research on learning in conjunction with some practical considerations […]

How the Science of Learning Explains Superbowl Victory

Sports is sometimes a great crucible for life lessons. Players learn teamwork, the benefits of hard work and practice, and how to act in times […]

Will Thalheimer Interviewed by Brent Schlenker

I had the great pleasure of being interviewed recently by Brent Schlenker, long-time elearning advocate. We not only had a ton of fun talking, but […]

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