Christoffer Krug

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The generation effect refers to the memory advantage of words that have been generated rather than read. Such a read-generate comparison confounds qualitative task differences and raises methodological problems. A revised methodology is proposed circumventing these problems in that the encoding task is held constant and all stimuli have to be generated, but(More)
No date). Non-aggressive physical intervention handbook for administrative and supervisory staff. Unpublished manuscript. (1995). Why does Samantha act like that: A positive support story of one family's success. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas. A time-limited intensive intervention program model to support community placement for persons with severe
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