Nate Kornell
Nate Kornell
Professor, Williams College
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Self-regulated learning: Beliefs, techniques, and illusions
RA Bjork, J Dunlosky, N Kornell
Annual review of psychology 64, 417-444, 2013
Learning concepts and categories: Is spacing the “enemy of induction”?
N Kornell, RA Bjork
Psychological science 19 (6), 585-592, 2008
The promise and perils of self-regulated study
N Kornell, RA Bjork
Psychonomic bulletin & review 14 (2), 219-224, 2007
Unsuccessful retrieval attempts enhance subsequent learning.
N Kornell, MJ Hays, RA Bjork
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 35 (4), 989, 2009
Optimising learning using flashcards: Spacing is more effective than cramming
N Kornell
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2009
A region of proximal learning model of study time allocation
J Metcalfe, N Kornell
Journal of memory and language 52 (4), 463-477, 2005
Transfer of metacognitive skills and hint seeking in monkeys
N Kornell, LK Son, HS Terrace
Psychological Science 18 (1), 64-71, 2007
Study efficacy and the region of proximal learning framework.
N Kornell, J Metcalfe
Journal of experimental psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 32 (3), 609, 2006
The pretesting effect: Do unsuccessful retrieval attempts enhance learning?
LE Richland, N Kornell, LS Kao
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 15 (3), 243, 2009
Why tests appear to prevent forgetting: A distribution-based bifurcation model
N Kornell, RA Bjork, MA Garcia
Journal of Memory and Language 65 (2), 85-97, 2011
Why interleaving enhances inductive learning: The roles of discrimination and retrieval
MS Birnbaum, N Kornell, EL Bjork, RA Bjork
Memory & cognition 41, 392-402, 2013
Learners’ choices and beliefs about self-testing
N Kornell, LK Son
Memory 17 (5), 493-501, 2009
The dynamics of learning and allocation of study time to a region of proximal learning.
J Metcalfe, N Kornell
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 132 (4), 530, 2003
Spacing as the friend of both memory and induction in young and older adults.
N Kornell, AD Castel, TS Eich, RA Bjork
Psychology and aging 25 (2), 498, 2010
The ease-of-processing heuristic and the stability bias: Dissociating memory, memory beliefs, and memory judgments
N Kornell, MG Rhodes, AD Castel, SK Tauber
Psychological science 22 (6), 787-794, 2011
A stability bias in human memory: overestimating remembering and underestimating learning.
N Kornell, RA Bjork
Journal of experimental psychology: General 138 (4), 449, 2009
Optimising self-regulated study: The benefits—and costs—of dropping flashcards
N Kornell, RA Bjork
Memory 16 (2), 125-136, 2008
Principles of cognitive science in education: The effects of generation, errors, and feedback
J Metcalfe, N Kornell
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 14, 225-229, 2007
The spacing effect in children’s memory and category induction
HA Vlach, CM Sandhofer, N Kornell
Cognition 109 (1), 163-167, 2008
Stability and variability in extinction.
A Neuringer, N Kornell, M Olufs
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 27 (1), 79, 2001
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