Psychology of Learning

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How do we learn? What dynamics are at play when we learn or try to learn new things? Understanding the psychology of learning will help you learn better — and be a better teacher for others.

  • We Learn Faster When We Aren’t Told What Choices to… and 8 other articles and videos
  • Average reading time: 6 minutes
  • Topics covered: psychology, books, brain, memory, decision making
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  • From sites like Scientific American, TED Talks, The Atlantic, and more
  • You want to learn something new and are looking for a good, compact introduction.
  • You want to sharpen your skills on something you got into recently.
  • You want to catch up on a topic that has been in the news lately.
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If you'd like to go deeper into the psychology of learning, we recommend the book aptly titled «The Psychology of Learning», by Jan De Houwer and Sean Hughes.

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