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This study explores how mechanistic learning affects participants' knowledge and opinions of GMOs, as well as retention of knowledge and opinions. Two surveys were distributed to UNT, undergraduates before and after they read an informational passage on the process of genetic modification and recent research on GMO safety. Responses to multiple choice and free response questions allowed insight into their knowledge and opinions of GMOs. This study was predicated upon a study at University ofdoi:10.12794/tef.2017.364 fatcat:fee4kv4wyjcvffi3qdfuxmvvri