Does easily learned mean easily remembered?: it depends on your beliefs about intelligence.

@article{Miele2011DoesEL,
  title={Does easily learned mean easily remembered?: it depends on your beliefs about intelligence.},
  author={David B. Miele and Bridgid Finn and Daniel C. Molden},
  journal={Psychological science},
  year={2011},
  volume={22 3},
  pages={320-4}
}
Because numerous studies have shown that feelings of encoding fluency are positively correlated with judgments of learning, a single dominant heuristic, easily learned = easily remembered (ELER), has been posited to explain how people interpret encoding fluency when assessing their own memory. However, the inferences people draw from feelings of encoding fluency may vary with their beliefs about why information is easy or effortful to encode. We conducted two experiments in which participants… CONTINUE READING

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