In This Issue: How to Remember What You've Learned - Plus More Topics...
Watching funny videos on YouTube may not be such a waste of time after all. Exposure to humorous scenes appears to help people persevere on arduous tasks, like studying for a final exam, a new study shows. Keep on Task and Learn More...
If fractions aren't your friend, there may be a scientific reason. New research may help to explain why some people grasp mathematical concepts better than others. It All Adds Up - Read On...

Research shows that testing yourself is an effective technique for committing something to memory. But can restudying be just as useful? Researchers examine the impact of repeated testing and repeated studying on long-term learning. Test Yourself - Read More...

Fuzzy-trace theory may help clarify why adolescents make risky decisions and, in turn, may offer a path to improving their decision-making processes. Don't Risk Missing the Rest of the Story...

The University of Missouri's Department of Psychological Science is recruiting its first class of undergraduate students for its federally funded Alcohol Research Training Summer School and Internship. Applications are due February 15. More...
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