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Our interrelated lines of research contribute to theories in cognition, development, and education. We investigate factors that impact student learning, learning environments, and educators' experiences. This includes students' self-regulated learning and metacognitive processes in human memory and concept formation. We are also invested in evaluating how these processes function for learners across a lifetime.  Below are examples of recent publications in each of these lines of work (see the Publications tab for a full list of papers). 

 Student Learning, Learning Environments, and Teachers' Experiences

Recent Overviews

Study Strategies

Self-Regulated Learning and Metacognition

Recent Overviews

Cue Effects

Direct Effect of Judgments of Learning on Actual Learning

Cognitive Aging

Recent Overview

Knowledge Revision