His main research concerns Cognitive psychology, Spacing effect, Distributed Practice, Recall and Test. His work in Cognitive psychology covers topics such as Cognition which are related to areas like Nonverbal communication. His studies examine the connections between Spacing effect and genetics, as well as such issues in Long-term memory, with regards to Affect.
His study in the field of Free recall, Serial position effect and Recall test also crosses realms of Modality effect. His research in Test focuses on subjects like Instructional design, which are connected to Statistics, Test performance and Artificial intelligence. His Memoria study incorporates themes from Developmental psychology and Spaced repetition.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cognitive psychology, Test, Recall, Social psychology and Mathematics education. His work on Distributed Practice, Spacing effect, Overlearning and Forgetting as part of general Cognitive psychology study is frequently linked to Vocabulary, bridging the gap between disciplines. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Test, concentrating on Arithmetic and frequently concerns with Developmental psychology.
The various areas that Doug Rohrer examines in his Recall study include Statistics and Semantic memory, Cognition, Neuroscience. His work on Memoria is typically connected to Parallel processing as part of general Cognition study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Teaching method study combines topics in areas such as Learning styles and Cognitive style.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Test, Mathematics education, Social psychology, Mathematics instruction and Teaching method. Doug Rohrer has included themes like Association and Arithmetic in his Test study. His research integrates issues of Pythagorean theorem, Empirical evidence and Perception in his study of Mathematics education.
His Mathematics instruction research includes elements of Skill development and Practice phase. His Teaching method study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Math wars. His Priming study deals with the bigger picture of Cognition.
Doug Rohrer spends much of his time researching Priming, Social psychology, Test, Cognitive psychology and Honesty. His study in the fields of Set under the domain of Social psychology overlaps with other disciplines such as Inequality, Socioeconomic differences and Free market. His work deals with themes such as Teaching method, Mathematics instruction and Skill development, which intersect with Test.
His Cognitive psychology research incorporates elements of Replicate, Cognition and Replication. His Honesty study spans across into fields like Sample and Point.
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Learning Styles: Concepts and Evidence
Harold Pashler;Mark McDaniel;Doug Rohrer;Robert Bjork.
Psychological Science in the Public Interest (2008)
Distributed practice in verbal recall tasks: A review and quantitative synthesis.
Nicholas J. Cepeda;Harold Pashler;Edward Vul;John T. Wixted.
Psychological Bulletin (2006)
Spacing Effects in Learning A Temporal Ridgeline of Optimal Retention
Nicholas J. Cepeda;Nicholas J. Cepeda;Edward Vul;Edward Vul;Doug Rohrer;John T. Wixted.
Psychological Science (2008)
When Does Feedback Facilitate Learning of Words
Harold Pashler;Nicholas J. Cepeda;John T. Wixted;Doug Rohrer.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition (2005)
Using Spacing to Enhance Diverse Forms of Learning: Review of Recent Research and Implications for Instruction
Shana K. Carpenter;Nicholas J. Cepeda;Doug Rohrer;Sean H. K. Kang.
Educational Psychology Review (2012)
The shuffling of mathematics problems improves learning
Doug Rohrer;Kelli M Taylor.
Instructional Science (2007)
Enhancing learning and retarding forgetting: Choices and consequences
Harold Pashler;Doug Rohrer;Nicholas J. Cepeda;Nicholas J. Cepeda;Shana K. Carpenter.
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review (2007)
Recent Research on Human Learning Challenges Conventional Instructional Strategies
Doug Rohrer;Harold Pashler.
Educational Researcher (2010)
The effects of overlearning and distributed practise on the retention of mathematics knowledge
Doug Rohrer;Kelli M Taylor.
Applied Cognitive Psychology (2006)
Optimizing distributed practice: theoretical analysis and practical implications.
Nicholas J Cepeda;Noriko Coburn;Doug Rohrer;John T Wixted.
Experimental Psychology (2009)
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