Testing effect (test-enhanced learning) in learning theory

Let’s say you have a big exam coming up and you need to review the material—what would be the best…

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Spaced repetition in learning theory

Like most students, you’ve probably crammed the night before an exam. And after it, you probably did OK or maybe…

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Why Is Riding a Bike “Just Like Riding a Bike?”

[ ♪INTRO ] If you learned to ride a bike as a kid, at some point you probably left the…

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How to Learn from Little Data – Intro to Deep Learning #17

Hello, world. It’s Siraj. And if you only have a little bit of data, can you still learn from it?…

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Want to Speak a Foreign Language Better? Have a Drink

[♪ INTRO] Greetings! I’m Anthony Brown, and I’ll be joining Brit and Hank on this channel to talk about these…

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How memories form and how we lose them – Catharine Young

Think back to a really vivid memory. Got it? Okay, now try to remember what you had for lunch three…

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Larry Squire | Wikipedia audio article

Larry Ryan Squire (born May 4, 1941) is a professor of psychiatry, neurosciences, and psychology at the University of California,…

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Tour the States – Official Music Video

I want to take a little trip somewhere yeah Places I’ve never been yeah Going on a tour without a…

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