Early Memories

Confirmed: Two heads aren’t always better than one

CBS News: Two heads aren’t always better than one, at least when it comes to memory. People who memorize facts in groups remember less than solo students do, according to a newly published overview of memory research. The group as a whole remembers more than any single memorizer would have More

Do Joint Study Sessions Do More Harm Than Good?

Fox News: Two heads aren’t always better than one, at least when it comes to memory. People who memorize facts in groups remember less than solo students do, according to a newly published overview of memory research. The group as a whole remembers more than any single memorizer would have More