Further evidence that concept mapping is not better than repeated retrieval as a tool for learning from texts
M. Teresa Lechuga, Juana M. Ortega-Tudela, Carlos J. Gómez-Ariza, Universidad de Jaén, Spain
Learning and Instruction Volume 40, Number 1, ISSN 0959-4752 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Karpicke and Blunt (2011) showed in college students that retrieval practice produced more learning from educational texts than concept mapping on a 1-week delayed test. This finding is surprising since concept mapping is thought to involve elaborative processing. Hence, the present study (N = 84; 76 females) aimed to examine whether the advantage of repeated retrieval remains when concept mapping is performed by
Lechuga, M.T., Ortega-Tudela, J.M. & Gómez-Ariza, C.J. (2015). Further evidence that concept mapping is not better than repeated retrieval as a tool for learning from texts. Learning and Instruction, 40(1), 61-68. Elsevier Ltd.