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- n. A simple cartoon or doodle, whose contents are given a humorous description.
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If you rotate the signature to the right it sort of resembles the well-known droodle of a woman putting on pantyhose.
The false belief measure used was part of a "droodle task" developed by Chandler and Helm (1984).
Meanwhile, if a class is bad enough that half the students want to watch youtube, then I doubt you’re going to generate great pedagogical improvements by forcing them to close their laptops and droodle.