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Which Technique is most Effective for Learning Declarative Concepts—Provided Examples, Generated Examples, or Both?
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Which Technique is most Effective for Learning Declarative Concepts—Provided Examples, Generated Examples, or Both?

Zamary, Amanda ; Rawson, Katherine A

Educational Psychology Review, 2018-03, Vol.30 (1), p.275-301 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

New York: Springer US

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Are Provided Examples or Faded Examples More Effective for Declarative Concept Learning?
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Are Provided Examples or Faded Examples More Effective for Declarative Concept Learning?

Zamary, Amanda ; Rawson, Katherine A

Educational Psychology Review, 2018-09, Vol.30 (3), p.1167-1197 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

New York: Springer US

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Do complex span and content-embedded working memory tasks predict unique variance in inductive reasoning?
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Do complex span and content-embedded working memory tasks predict unique variance in inductive reasoning?

Zamary, Amanda ; Rawson, Katherine A ; Was, Christopher A

Behavior Research Methods, 2019-12, Vol.51 (6), p.2546-2558 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

New York: Springer US

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Effects of Memory Load and Test Position on Short-Duration Sustained Attention Tasks
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Effects of Memory Load and Test Position on Short-Duration Sustained Attention Tasks

Cynthia Laurie-Rose ; Meredith C. Frey ; Erick Sibata ; Amanda Zamary

The American journal of psychology, 2015-11-18, Vol.128 (4), p.445-458 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

United States: University of Illinois Press

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Measuring Perceived Mental Workload in Children
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Measuring Perceived Mental Workload in Children

Cynthia Laurie-Rose ; Meredith Frey ; Aristi Ennis ; Amanda Zamary

The American journal of psychology, 2014-03-03, Vol.127 (1), p.107-125 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

United States: University of Illinois Press

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Why is free recall practice more effective than recognition practice for enhancing memory? Evaluating the relational processing hypothesis
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Why is free recall practice more effective than recognition practice for enhancing memory? Evaluating the relational processing hypothesis

Rawson, Katherine A ; Zamary, Amanda

Journal of Memory and Language, 2019-04, Vol.105, p.141-152 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Elsevier Inc

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How accurately can students evaluate the quality of self-generated examples of declarative concepts? Not well, and feedback does not help
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How accurately can students evaluate the quality of self-generated examples of declarative concepts? Not well, and feedback does not help

Zamary, Amanda ; Rawson, Katherine A ; Dunlosky, John

Learning and Instruction, 2016-12, Vol.46, p.12-20 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Elsevier Ltd

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When Does Practice Testing Promote Transfer on Deductive Reasoning Tasks?
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When Does Practice Testing Promote Transfer on Deductive Reasoning Tasks?

Wissman, Kathryn T ; Zamary, Amanda ; Rawson, Katherine A

Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 2018-09, Vol.7 (3), p.398-411 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Elsevier Inc

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