Oct 1, 2019
This episode features:
-What are the best and worst studying techniques?
-Do “learning styles” exist?
-How to squeeze more learning into your day
-How to start learning a new field
-How to cultivate viewpoint diversity
-How to avoid getting parasitized by bad ideas
-Should you study in the morning or at night?
-Can napping enhance learning?
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Feld, G. B., & Diekelmann, S. (2015). Sleep smart—optimizing sleep for declarative learning and memory. Frontiers in psychology, 6, 622.
Isarida, T., & Isarida, T. K. (2014). Environmental context-dependent memory. Advances in experimental psychology research, 115-51.
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