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Previous research has documented a positive effect of doodling on individuals' ability to recall information. However, previous research is limited to structured doodling tasks, such as shading in basic shapes. The present study extends the extant research, and increases the external validity of the previous findings, by considering the effects of multiple forms of doodling on recall. In this experimental study, ninety-three undergraduate participants were randomly assigned to one of 4doi:10.5964/psyct.v10i1.217 fatcat:34yypihgtjeb5ionpgotxwreda