There are two examinations planned for this class.
The examinations will take place in class during the normally schedule class time on the dates indicated on the syllabus. You are responsible for attending class on those date to take the exams. See the course syllabus for information on scheduling conflicts.
You may bring one page (two sides) of 8.5 by 11 paper containing your notes. They may be laser printed (in a small font), manually written, or any combination.
If everyone shows up "five minutes early" we can start during "Michigan Time" rather than waiting for 10 minutes.
Each exam covers everything up to and including the day of the exam. This means that something in the lecture the "day before" the exam is fair game. This also means that the second exam is cumulative and may include material also covered in the first part of the exam (but it is likely to focus more on new material).
Previous exams and answer keys:
If there is sufficient interest, the TAs will organize review sessions for the exam. This will not happen automatically. Demonstrate your interest via the forum or your discussion section.
"Producing items by means as simple as saying, writing, or typing them can yield substantial memory improvements relative to silent reading. We review the research on this production effect and outline some important extensions and boundary conditions. We also evaluate the evidence that production enhances the distinctiveness of items in memory during encoding, thereby facilitating their later retrieval. There are issues to resolve and areas to explore, but production offers a practical means of enhancing some forms of long-term, explicit memory."
Colin M. MacLeod and Glen E. Bodner. The Production Effect in Memory. Memory, Vol 26, Issue 4, 2017.