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Saundra McGuire, Ph.D. 
Assistant Vice Chancellor for Learning and Teaching
Professor, Department of Chemistry
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Louisiana State University
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How Students Can Improve by Studying Themselves <>  

A teaching experiment at the City University of New York demonstrates that failing students can learn to succeed in courses that break down their faulty study habits.


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