Input less, Output more

Input less, Output more

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Dr. Bjork emphasizes that actively engaging with material by producing outlines, creating study questions, quizzing oneself or others, is much more effective in generating long-term retention of material than exposing oneself over and over to the same material. While the material appears more familiar and reading of the same chapter becomes easier, these superficial effects do not predict long-term learning.
Tags:
memory, long-term memory, instruction, learning
Duration:
00:03:21