Sidney 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. 8 more words
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Unfortunately, I didn’t make this term up. But I think it could be a new posting category here in The Bartelist Bunker:
Most Transparent Administration Evah:
A federal judge has issued a stinging rebuke to the… 216 more words
The bones, purporting to be of the former Edward V and the elder of his brothers, have an interesting history of their own.
1) More relates that they were buried at night by one priest, without anyone knowing – which narrative is regarded as a Fifth Gospel by Cairo residents, if regarded as a farce by everyone else. 254 more words