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The Many Effects Of Reading Out Aloud

  • The Production Effect: Researchers have found that people remember words and texts better if those are read out aloud, as compared to silent reading.
  • The Generation Effect: Words said aloud while giving a response to a question stand out, and are distinctive.
  • The Enactment Effect: Spoken words also let us visualize, imagine and even enact certain words, strongly associating them with our memory.

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