Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning

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  • Cognitive enhancement of education: From the lab to the classroom. Harvard Initiative for Learning & Teaching (HILT) Symposium (February 2012) Harvard University YouTube

  • The critical role of retrieval in enhancing long-term memory: From the laboratory to the classroom. Keynote address at the 50th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society (November 2009) psychonomic.org

  • "As New Year's resolutions begin to fade away, what are the best ways to ensure new habits stick?" (February 2017) stlpublicradio.org

  • "How long do we remember a president's legacy?" (December 2014) stlpublicradio.org

  • "The science of smart" (August 2014) americanradioworks.org

  • "Are you studying effectively? What Wash U's 'science of memory' tells us about the best way to learn" (June 2014) stlpublicradio.org

  • "Is Google affecting our memory?" (August 2011) mprnews.org

  • "Seven science-backed tips for forming habits that stick" (January 2017) qz.com

  • "Study shows Americans are not great at picking past presidents out of a crowd" (February 2016) aol.com

  • "When will Obama be forgotten? Study reveals cultural memory patterns" (April 2015) scientificamerican.com

  • "How does your memory for presidents stack up?" (April 2015) scientificamerican.com

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  • "How tests make us smarter" (July 2014) nytimes.com

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  • "Study smarter, learn better: 8 tips from memory researchers" (June 2014) vox.com

  • "Remembering, as an extreme sport" (May 2014) nytimes.com

  • "Students should be tested more, not less" (January 2014) theatlantic.com

  • "In defense of school testing" (June 2012) time.com

  • "Negative emotion may enhance memory" (June 2011) scienceblog.com

  • "In research scans, telltale signs sort false memories from true" (July 1996) nytimes.com


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