Predicting memory: How study techniques influence delayed judgment-of-learning accuracy

Hughes, Gregory.


  • Abstract: Multiple factors influence judgment-of-learning accuracy. One factor is timing: JOLs are most accurate when delayed from encoding (Nelson & Dunlosky, 1991). Another factor is type of encoding: some study techniques lead to higher JOL accuracy than others (Jang, Wallsten, & Huber, 2012). However, study techniques have only been shown to influence the accuracy of JOLs made immediat... read more
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