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Blech, Christine; Gaschler, Robert – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2018
Learning and forgetting curves are not only integral issues for courses in introductory psychology, they are also of high practical relevance to students when it comes to the formation of realistic goals and expectations on learning outcomes. A paper-and-pencil-study investigated how well students of psychology (N = 82) have internalized the…
Descriptors: Memory, Knowledge Level, Skill Development, Psychology
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Blech, Christine; Gaschler, Robert – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2017
Teaching and theorizing in psychology has long been torn between targeting general underlying principles by observing dynamics in the individual or focusing on average behavior. As dealing with group averages is common practice in psychology, it is important for students to understand how individual learning curves relate to group average curves.…
Descriptors: Freehand Drawing, Psychology, Behavior, Individual Differences