In the spring semester of 2020, undergraduate students in a basic level Cognitive Psychology course (PSY 206) not only learned about the basics of cognition, but they additionally learned how to wisely apply those basics. Learning what matters, matters, after all. In this edited volume, each chapter reflects the culmination of their semester-long group projects. Each chapter includes relevant "cognition basics," an explanation of the "Wise Intervention" framework, and an application suggestion to the specific context selected by each group. Topic applications are as diverse as were the collective student interests and are relevant to students, teachers, coaches, parents, and more.
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