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Evidence-Based Training Methods, 2nd Ed.

Chapter 3: Cognitive Load and Learning

In this chapter, we look at the psychology of learning with a focus on how instructional professionals can manage cognitive load in their training events. Our understanding of learning psychology is based on two types of memory: working memory, where conscious thought occurs, and long-term memory, where knowledge and personal memories are stored. In this chapter, we will look at the relationship between the two with particular focus on working memory.

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  • Ruth Colvin Clark

    Ruth Clark is a specialist in instructional design and technical training, determined to bridge the gap between academic research and practitioner application in instructional methods. She holds a doctorate in the field and is president of her own company, Clark Training & Consulting. Her books and articles focus on various aspects of training and e-learning.

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