Date published: 9/11/2014

The article, titled “Expecting to teach enhances learning and organization of knowledge in free recall of text passages” (Nestojko, Bui, Kornell, Bjork), appeared in Memory & Cognition.

Research by former grad student, John Nestojko, and Professor Elizabeth Bjork on how instilling an expectancy to teach can enhance learning is garnering some news coverage. The work was done with former postdoc, Nate Kornell and former undergraduate student, Dung Bui. The article, titled “Expecting to teach enhances learning and organization of knowledge in free recall of text passages” (Nestojko, Bui, Kornell, Bjork),  appeared in Memory & Cognition.

Here are a few of the articles that refer to the research:

Washington University in St. Louis

Science Newsline

Aaj Ki Khabar

USA News

ReminderIndia.com

ScienceDaily

PsychCentral

The Economy of Meaning

PsyPost

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