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Homo Professoris, Part IV: Survival of The Blender Avoider?

To increase students’ attention and information retention, I make ample use of the bizarre mnemonic when lecturing. Occasionally though, a student will echo my bizarre, vivid example from class on an exam and leave me wondering, "Did I really say that?" This is one of those times. Read More

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Barry X. Kuhle, Ph.D., is an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Scranton.


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