Dr. Peter F. Delaney presents his research into how personality traits affect memory. He refers to past research that suggested that personal evaluation and changes in memory encoding strategies had a lot to do with memory performance. In this project, he examined which personality traits would make someone more likely to engage in this evaluation and change.
Encoding Strategies and Trait Conscientiousness
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