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Unformatted text preview: er Karpicke Test- Enhanced Learning (Roediger & Karpicke, 2006) n༆  Learning of the contents of simple passages ¨༊  Two groups n༆  Study à༎ Study n༆  Study à༎ Test ¨༊  Timing of the final test n༆  5 min, 2 days, or 1 week later Testing was more beneficial for long- term retention Testing vs. Concept Maps (Karpicke & Blunt, 2011) n༆  n༆  Creating concept maps is often considered to promote deeper processing and to be effective in learning, but is it more effective than testing? Four groups ¨༊  Study ¨༊  Repeated study ¨༊  Concept mapping ¨༊  Retrieval practice (testing) 8 REPORTS in the final test 1 week later, the a percentage of information from the text they would percentage of information from the text they would textOn an initial study period and then createdrepeated concept map of the concept mapping, and retrieval remember in 1 week (20). study, elaborative concepts in the text. The stu- remember in 1 week (20). dents were instructed aboutoutperformed the study-The students then returned to the laboratory The students then returned to the laboratory practice condition...
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