Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Applying cognitive principles in classroom: Is sustained attention important for the testing effect?

Is sustained attention important for the testing effect?
Almoite, Kay, & Lassonde (2014)

*This study has been accepted to Stanford Psychology Undegrad Conference (SUPC)
*I presented this work in 5 poster presentation
*1 oral presentation at SUPC



The aim of this study is to combine a measure of sustained atention (i.e. Sustained Attention Response Test-SART; RObertson, Mandly, Andrade,Baddeley, & Yiend,1997) with repeated quizzing of video lecture content to determine if sustained attention is important for the testing effect. The results will teach us how to best maximize results by applying cognitive principles.

Note: The video is an e-learning video shown to students in class.

Link to dowload poster: Almoite - Sustained Attention in Classrooms

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