Kayla Morehead PhD
Kayla Morehead PhD
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Instructor and student knowledge of study strategies
K Morehead, MG Rhodes, S DeLozier
Memory 24 (2), 257-271, 2016
How much mightier is the pen than the keyboard for note-taking? A replication and extension of Mueller and Oppenheimer (2014)
K Morehead, J Dunlosky, KA Rawson
Educational Psychology Review 31 (3), 753-780, 2019
Note-taking habits of 21st century college students: implications for student learning, memory, and achievement
K Morehead, J Dunlosky, KA Rawson, R Blasiman, RB Hollis
Memory 27 (6), 807-819, 2019
Do people use category-learning judgments to regulate their learning of natural categories?
K Morehead, J Dunlosky, NL Foster
Memory & cognition 45 (8), 1253-1269, 2017
From the laboratory to the classroom: challenges and solutions for conducting memory research in educational contexts
J Dunlosky, K Morehead, A Zamary, KA Rawson
Handbook of Research Methods in Human Memory, 428-442, 2018
Does mediator use contribute to the spacing effect for cued recall? Critical tests of the mediator hypothesis
K Morehead, J Dunlosky, KA Rawson, M Bishop, MA Pyc
Memory 26 (4), 535-546, 2018
Letting Students Decide what to Study during Category Learning will help their Performance, but only if they make the Right Decisions
KE Morehead
Kent State University, 2017
Do students make effective decisions when regulating their learning of categories?
K Morehead, J Dunlosky
Translational Issues in Psychological Science 6 (1), 43, 2020
Sources of Individual Differences in Self-Regulated Category Learning
KE Morehead
Kent State University, 2019
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