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Abstract: The effectiveness of "highlighting" selected text material for improving retention was examined in 4 groups of 19 college students each. Although there were no differences among the groups in total score on a retention test one week after reading with different highlighting techniques or no highlighting, a detailed analysis implied that highlighting improves retention of selected text material and that active highlighting is superior to passive reading of highlighted material. Highlighting seemed most effectiv… Show more

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