New Father? New C.E.O.? There’s a Boot Camp for You
New York Times, June, 2014
Charisma Doesn’t Count: Study finds students don’t learn more from charismatic lecturers
Inside Higher Ed, May, 2013
Why Feeling Confused Will Help You Learn Better
Annie Murphy Paul’s Brilliant Blog, February, 2013
How High School Seniors Can Make the Most of Their College Experience
U.S. News and World Report University Directory, May, 2012
Study strategies key to making the grade in school
Deseret News, April, 2012
Why Storytellers Lie
The Atlantic, April, 2012
Brain Calisthenics for Abstract Ideas
New York Times, June, 2011
Studies Find ‘Easy’ Material May Not Be Easy to Learn
Education Week, April, 2011
Come On, I Thought I Knew That!
New York Times, April, 2011
To Really Learn, Quit Studying and Take a Test
New York Times, January, 2011
How learning is like working on a construction site
The Globe and Mail, October, 2010
The Science of Studying
Radio Times on NPR, October, 2010
Strange Tips For Studying That Actually Work
Madeleine Brand Show on NPR, September, 2010
Forget What You Know About Good Study Habits
New York Times, September, 2010
Failure Can be Useful
The Globe and Mail, January 2010.
Getting it Wrong: Surprising Tips on How to Learn
Scientific American, October 2009.
Learning from Our Mistakes
Columbia Journalism Review, October 2009
Will That Be on the Test?
APS Observer, November 2008
How to Study
British Psychological Society, February 2008
Association for Psychological Science, October, 2007
Monkeys Learn In The Same Way As Humans, Psychologists Report
Science Daily, August 2007
Why Cramming Doesn’t Work
Chronicle of Higher Education, June 2007
The Accidental Mentor
p. 18-19, UCLA Graduate Quarterly, Spring 2007
Memory and Consciousness: Consciousness to unconsciousness and back again
APS Observer, August 2006.
When at last you don’t succeed…
APA Observer, January, 2001.