Here are resources mentioned during the conversation with Clark Quinn about his book Millennials, Goldfish & Other Training Misconceptions: Debunking Learning Myths and Superstitions (ATD Press; 2018) on Episode #230 of T is for Training:
Clark Quinn: Millennials, Goldfish & Other Training Misconceptions: Debunking Learning Myths and Superstitions
George Couros: The Innovator’s Mindset
Kathy Sierra: Badass: Making Users Awesome
Julie Beck: “This Article Won’t Change Your Mind”
MindTools: “Kirkpatrick’s Four-Level Training Evaluation Model”
PsycholoGenie Staff: “Belief Perseverance”
David McRaney: “The Backfire Effect”
Clark Quinn: “Debunking Learning Myths: Millennials, Goldfish, and other Training Misconceptions”
Clark Quinn: “Learnlets” blog
Jeremy Adam Smith: “How the Science of ‘Blue Lies’ May Explain Trump’s Support: They Are a Very Particular Form of Deception That Can Build Solidarity Within Groups”
Wikipedia: “Desirable Difficulty”
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