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ABAI’s MOC Assessment of Knowledge Program Matures: Adding Value with Continuous Learning and Assessment

Ecological Momentary Assessment

Scoring and Classifying Examinees Using Measurement Decision Theory

The Critical Role of Retrieval Practice in Long Term Retention

Test-Enhanced Learning: Taking Memory Tests Improves Long Term Retention

Retrieval Practice Produces More Learning than Elaborative Studying with Concept Mapping

Improving Students’ Learning With Effective Learning Techniques: Promising Directions from Cognitive and Educational Psychology

Brain Science Provides New Approach to Patient Safety Training

To Really Learn, Quit Studying and Take a Test

Criteria for Good Assessment: Consensus Statement and Recommendations From the Ottawa 2010 Conference

Online Formative Tests Linked to Microlectures Improving Academic Achievement

Teaching to Test or Testing to Teach?

Learning With Retrieval-Based Concept Mapping

Developing the Theory of Formative Assessment

Why Interleaving Enhances Inductive Learning: The Roles of Discrimination and Retrieval

Challenging Medical Students With an Interim Assessment: A Positive Effect on Formal Examination Score in a Randomized Controlled Study

Test-Enhanced Learning and Its Effect on Comprehension and Diagnostic Accuracy

How to Learn Effectively in Medical School: Test Yourself, Learn Actively, and Repeat in Intervals

Influences on Medical Students Self-Regulated Learning After Test Completion

Test-Potentiated Learning: Distinguishing Between Direct and Indirect Effects of Tests