When we learn something new, we go through a process that allows us to take information in and retain it. This involves a complex series of steps that starts with sensory input, exposing us to the material. We then move through the process of interpreting it, organizing it, thinking about it, and finally storing it.…
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Whether you are a freshman in high school getting ready for your first set of finals or a graduate student with 16 years of learning under your belt, you can always improve your study habits. These habits encompass everything from the environment you choose for study to specific tools that you use to help yourself…
How much are you really learning? A recent study by UCLA shows that students not only underestimate the power of continual study and repetitions, but that they tend to overestimate their knowledge of material. Researchers conducted a study with a large group of college students where they were shown a list of word pairs. They…
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