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Optimizing Song Retention through Spacing
The distributed practice or spacing effect refers to the improvement in memory retention for materials learned in a series of distributed sessions over learning massed in a single session. It has been studied in the domains ...
Judging the Credibility of Websites: An Effectiveness Trial of the Spacing Effect in the Elementary Classroom
Spaced learningthe spacing effectis a cognitive phenomenon whereby memory for to-be-learned material is better when a fixed amount of study time is spread across multiple learning sessions instead of crammed into a more ...
Black Girls Clap Back: Intersectionality, Black Girlhood, and Inequity in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA)
The diverse lives of Black girls within North America are deeply rooted in various histories of marginalization. They continue to face forms of oppression as a result of their intersectional identities, which produces ...
Under the Hood: An (Auto) Ethnographic Study of How White Adolescent Males Critically Engage with Race in Grand Theft Auto V
Grand Theft Auto V (GTA V) is emblematic of the public controversies that associate video games with violence, misogyny, and damaging depictions of race and gender. However, it is also a layered referential and self-reflexive ...
The Discursive Construction of Hate: A Comparative Analysis of the Marginalization and Dehumanization of Homosexuals in Nazi Germany and in Pre-Stonewall United States
This research study explores and compares substantive and rhetorical strategies through which homosexuals came to be reviled and pathologized in Nazi Germany and the pre-Stonewall US by sufficiently large segments of their ...