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Prior studies have investigated whether the expectation that one will explain learned materials after learning (explanation expectancy) promotes text comprehension. Such research, however, has had inconsistent results. In Study 1, we examined whether an elaborative explanation orientation, which refers to the belief that it is important to elaborate and organize a passage when explaining, moderated the effect of explanation expectancy. The results showed neither a moderation effect nor andoi:10.4992/jjpsy.85.13034 pmid:25272444 fatcat:hetiuch57rgf5cn6qmytpwr55i