How accurately do people estimate their country’s role in world history? And how do people use different strategies to help them remember information? Find out more here…Read More
JARMAC Featured Content
Each quarter we present a selection of high quality papers from the latest JARMAC issue. These articles are nominated by the journal’s editors and are considered to be of interest to everyone with a broad interest in applied memory and cognition. Please click on the article titles within each post to be directed to the full article.
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Would you feel free to leave if you were being interrogated in custody? What is best practice for using multiple-choice tests as assessments? And can we use self-processing biases to facilitate children’s learning? Find out more here…Read More