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Reading aloud boosts memory, but not understanding

A study in Memory & Cognition finds reading aloud boosts memory recall but not deeper comprehension of material. Despite vocalization's clear benefit for remembering details, it doesn't enhance understanding beyond memorization, challenging the effectiveness of this strategy for comprehensive learning.




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