Episode 39 - Bite-Size Research on Awareness of Evidence-Based Practice

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Show Notes:

In this bite-size research episode, Megan describes a paper by Kayla Morehead and colleagues (2016) about student and instructor knowledge about evidence-based study strategies. This episode is a follow-up to the last bite-size research (Episode 37). If you haven’t listened to that one, we recommend you listen to it first!

Reference:

Morehead, K., Rhodes, M. G., & DeLozier, S. (2016). Instructor and student knowledge of study strategies. Memory, 24, 257-271.

Episode 38 - A (pseudo) Randomized Control Experiment about Teaching Effective Learning Strategies