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Arnold L. Glass

Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Brunswick, NJ, United States 
Memory, Learning, Language, Computational Modeling
"Arnold Glass"
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Sinha N, Glass AL. (2015) Delayed, but not immediate, feedback after multiple-choice questions increases performance on a subsequent short-answer, but not multiple-choice, exam: evidence for the dual-process theory of memory. The Journal of General Psychology. 142: 118-34
Glass AL, Ingate M, Sinha N. (2013) The effect of a final exam on long-term retention. The Journal of General Psychology. 140: 224-41
Glass AL, Sinha N. (2013) Multiple-Choice Questioning Is an Efficient Instructional Methodology That May Be Widely Implemented in Academic Courses to Improve Exam Performance Current Directions in Psychological Science. 22: 471-477
Glass AL, Sinha N. (2013) Providing the answers does not improve performance on a college final exam Educational Psychology. 33: 87-118
Estes WK. (2012) Gordon H. Bower: His life and times Memory and Mind: a Festschrift For Gordon H. Bower. 1-13
Glass AL. (2009) The effect of distributed questioning with varied examples on exam performance on inference questions Educational Psychology. 29: 831-848
Brill GA, Glass AL, Rashid H, et al. (2008) Visual identity and uncertainty in repetition blindness. The American Journal of Psychology. 121: 409-49
Glass AL, Brill G, Ingate M. (2008) Combined online and in-class pretesting improves exam performance in general psychology Educational Psychology. 28: 483-503
Sisti HM, Glass AL, Shors TJ. (2007) Neurogenesis and the spacing effect: learning over time enhances memory and the survival of new neurons. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 14: 368-75
Glass AL, Lian A, Buyske S. (2006) Retrieval independence between parts and wholes in successive recognition tasks. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 59: 136-49
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