There are a lot of ways to study for a big exam, and neuroscience can help us figure out which ones are most effective. We get tips from a psychology expert about the best ways to study. And we talk to the author of a new book that looks at how we can make our future more human.
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How psychology can help us study more effectively
Highlighting, flashcards, and testing ourselves are just a few of the study methods students use in the lead up to a big exam. But what actually helps us learn? A psychology expert talks with us about the answers he found in his book Study Like a Champ: The Psychology-based Guide to Grade A Study Habits.
Pushing for a more human, less digital future
The pandemic reminded us how much we appreciate in-person interaction. We talk to the author of a new book that looks at how we can make our future more human.
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