Study: UK students who call out in class perform better academically

02/2/2012 | BBC

Primary-school students who cannot resist shouting out their responses in class scored better in maths and English, according to a UK study of 12,000 children at 556 schools. Among children diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, lead author Peter Tymms said those who got excited and shouted out appeared to be more "cognitively engaged and as a result learn more".

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