Dr. Jeanette began developing effective ways to study during her first stressful, overwhelming exam period in college at East Carolina University in 1966.
As soon as she learned about anxiety and learning research in her psychology courses she began to put into practice what she learned in her own study habits. An interesting fact: Dr. Jeanette was placed in the “stupid class” in the fifth grade in Siler City, North Carolina. Her self esteem was degraded but her spirit was not. She knew she was different but she also knew she was smart.
In 1979 Doris Jeanette Ward Keller successfully competed a Post Doc in learning psychology at Temple Medical School. Dr. Jeanette is living proof that you can be academically successful even if you learn differently from others. There are many ways to absorb information. There are many ways to store what you learn and access the information when you need it.
You too, can be successful at school. Save time and energy by studying effectively and efficiently. Then you will have more time for friends and fun.
Dr. Jeanette’s audio study guide is pleasant to listen to, without any annoying music or an irritating voice. This study guide is based on solid learning psychology research, mind-body facts, psychophysical research and creative ideas about how to be smart and use more of your brain and body.
When you put this audio in your ears:
And know you have what it takes to succeed.
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