"They believe that presenting information in a way that is hard to digest means a person has to…"

Sunday, October 24th, 2010 at 10:37 pm

They believe that presenting information in a way that is hard to digest means a person has to concentrate more, and this leads to “deeper processing” and then “better retrieval” afterwards.

It is an example of the positive effects of what scientists call “disfluency”.



BBC News – Making things hard to read ‘can boost learning’