The psychologist Henry L. Roediger III, who is the principal investigator for the department of psychology at Washington University in St. Luis, conducted an experiment in which students were divided into two groups to study a natural history text.

Group A studied the text for four sessions. Group B studied only once but was tested on the subject three times. A week later the two groups were tested, and group B SCORED 50 percent higher than group A. This demonstrates the power of actually doing the thing you are trying to accomplish versus preparing for it in simulation.

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