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In this issue:
Editor's Note: Introducing Intervention Studies as a New Article Category Daniel H. Robinson Abstract Full text HTML Full text PDF
Advances in Cognitive Psychology Relevant to Education: Introduction to the Special Issue Pooja K. Agarwal Abstract Full text HTML Full text PDF
Interleaving Helps Students Distinguish among Similar Concepts Doug Rohrer Abstract Full text HTML Full text PDF
Using Spacing to Enhance Diverse Forms of Learning: Review of Recent Research and Implications for Instruction Shana K. Carpenter, Nicholas J. Cepeda, Doug Rohrer, Sean H. K. Kang & Harold Pashler Abstract Full text HTML Full text PDF
Distributed Learning: Data, Metacognition, and Educational Implications Lisa K. Son & Dominic A. Simon Abstract Full text HTML Full text PDF
Retrieval-Based Learning: A Perspective for Enhancing Meaningful Learning Jeffrey D. Karpicke & Phillip J. Grimaldi Abstract Full text HTML Full text PDF
When Is Practice Testing Most Effective for Improving the Durability and Efficiency of Student Learning? Katherine A. Rawson & John Dunlosky Abstract Full text HTML Full text PDF
The Value of Applied Research: Retrieval Practice Improves Classroom Learning and Recommendations from a Teacher, a Principal, and a Scientist Pooja K. Agarwal, Patrice M. Bain & Roger W. Chamberlain Abstract Full text HTML Full text PDF
Using Fictional Sources in the Classroom: Applications from Cognitive Psychology Elizabeth J. Marsh, Andrew C. Butler & Sharda Umanath Abstract Full text HTML Full text PDF
Commentary on the Special Issue Gary D. Phye Abstract Full text HTML Full text PDF
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