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Nudging study habits: A field experiment on peer tutoring in higher education

Wilson
N Wilson,T Pugatch
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A randomized evaluation found that a one-time message increased attendance at peer tutoring sessions by 7 percentage points, from 29% to 36%. Attendance at multiple tutoring sessions increased by 6 percentage points, from 18% to 24%.