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Loyola University Chicago

Children's Memory and Learning

Research Projects

  

We study the development of memory over the preschool and early school years years, and the important role of parent-child conversational interactions for children’s learning and remembering. Some work involves providing parents with information about conversational techniques (such as asking Why, How, and What questions) that can help children understand and remember their experiences. Other work focuses on styles of conversation that are most effective in fostering understanding and the retention and extension of information encountered museums.

Loyola

Children's Memory Study
Department of Psychology
1032 W. Sheridan Road
121 Coffey Hall
Chicago, IL 60660

Phone: 773.508.8226
Lab: 773.508.8707
Fax: 773.508.8713

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