Teaching and Human Memory, Part 2

December 14, 2011

Last month I wrote an overview about recent research on the workings of human memory, with the help of a journal article on the subject published in College Teaching.

Michelle Miller, a cognitive psychologist at Northern Arizona University, wrote the article and agreed to answer some questions I had, for this two-part series, on how memory research should affect our teaching.

SOURCE: The Chronicle of Higher Education

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