Confusion and its Positive Effects on Learning

The Chronicle of Higher EducationSidney D’Mello, an assistant professor of psychology and computer science at the University of Notre Dame, and Arthur Graesser, a professor of psychology at the University of Memphis, suggest that controlled confusion may help people learn.

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