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Learning Strategies

Psychology

Quiz 6 :

Reading and Remembering

Quiz 6 :

Reading and Remembering

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One system for reading is SQ4R. This stands for
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Examples of advance organizers are
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A formal technique used to make material more readily remembered is referred to as a(n)
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The key to good reading is
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Two particularly useful rethinking tools are rereading and
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Rehearsal refers to
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If you are going to use a text extensively throughout the semester, it is useful to start by reading the
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Studying and rehearsing material past the point of initial mastery to the point at which recall becomes automatic is referred to as
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The preface, introduction, and table of contents to a book are referred to as
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According to your textbook, you will find it easier to concentrate on longer reading assignments if you
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Front matter is
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A word or phrase formed by the first letters of a series of terms is referred to as a(n)
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Your attention span is
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A sentence in which the first letters of the words correspond to the material that is to be remembered is referred to as a(n)
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Understanding the material is the
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The length of time you can sustain focus is your
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The process of practicing and learning material is referred to as
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An advance organizer is
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If you can't remember the meaning of a word when reading in a foreign language you should
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The first step in building a better memory is to
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