effects of verbal labels on the organisation and retention of a series of movements in memory.

by William Stephan Husak

Publisher: Microform Publications, College of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, University of Oregon in Eugene

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Thesis (Ph.D.) Texas A & M University, 1979.

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NATURE OF THE EFFECT OF VERBAL LABELS ON RECOGNITION MEMORY FOR FORM 1 (e.g., "duck"). The retention test, a single-stimulus recognition memory task employing the midpoint and all other variations from the selected form set, was given immediately, or after a findings regarding the effects of verbal labels on memory for form.

In particular,File Size: KB. The effects of verbal labels and vocabulary skill on memory and suggestibility Article in Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 31(6) November with 53 Reads How we measure. Test 2 Ch STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. When participants in a memory experiment were given clock-face labels to associate with curvilinear limb positioning movements, retention tests results showed that the criterion positions were remembered with When location and distance characteristics of limb positioning movements are.

The role of verbal labels on flexible memory retrieval at months of providing an opportunity to examine the limits of the facilitative effects of language on infant memory abilities. In this study we consider whether verbal labels can facilitate infants’ memory flexibility across a complex change, altering both the form and colour of Cited by: 3.

The retention of information over time through encoding, storage, and retrieval. Sensory Memory. The initial, momentary storage of information in its original form, lasting only an instant. memory is better when tested in the same mental state as learning occurred because mental state serves as retrieval cues.

JOURNAL OF VERBAL LEARNING AND VERBAL BEHAVIOR | 7, () The Influence of General and Specific Verbal Labels on the Recognition of Labeled and Unlabeled Parts of Pictures SABINE J6RG AND HANS HORMANN Psyehologisehes Institut der Ruhr-Untversitiit Boehum Eight drawings of four single objects each were presented to 48 subjects.

categorization and language, specifically verbal labels. and colleagues on the role of labels in categorization has demonstrated a special status afforded to verbal labels (see e.g. Lupyan, Rakison, & McClelland, ; Lupyan & Thompson-Schill, ).

Verbal labels participate in. Strategies that Enhance Memory Performance • Increasing a movement’s meaningfulness – Visual metaphoric imagery • Person thinks of producing a metaphoric image related to the movement (side stroke) – Verbal label • Attach a specific label to the movement (clockface) • The intention to remember – Intentional leads to better remembering than incidental memory • Subjective.

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The role of verbal labels on flexible memory retrieval at months of age. Taylor G(1), Liu H(2), Herbert JS(3). Author information: (1)Department of Psychology, Lancaster University, Lancaster, LA1 4YF, UK. (2)Graduate School of Education, University of Pennsylvania, USA.

This study addresses the longitudinal relationship among verbal ability, memory capacity, phonological awareness, and reading performance. Data from 92 German children were used to explore the exact relation among these variables.

Indicators of verbal ability, memory capacity, and phonological awareness were assessed in kindergarten and again after the first grade. Longitudinal Effects of Verbal Ability, Memory Capacity, and Phonological Awareness on Reading Performance Jan Carol Näslund Wolfgang Schneider University of Würzburg, F.R.G.

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Chan The Chinese University of Hong Kong The hypothesis that music training can improve verbal memory was tested in children. The. verbal labels can facilitate infants’ memory flexibility across a complex change, altering both the form and colour of the stimulus present at retrieval.

Although the body of research showing the facilitative effects of language cues on memory flexibility continues to grow, the.

Introduction. Working memory (WM) is a system dedicated to the maintenance of information in the context of concurrent processing. In the seminal model of working memory by Baddeley, systems of maintenance were specific to either visuo-spatial or verbal domains (cf. also).Shifting away from this structural view, other prominent theories, like that of Engle, Kane and Tuholski, suggested.

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We examined the effect of verbally describing faces upon visual memory. In particular, we examined the locus of the facilitative effects of verbalization by manipulating the visual distinctiveness of the to-be-remembered faces and using the remember/know procedure as a measure of recognition performance (i.e., remember vs.

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According to Boym, the definition of nostalgia (coming from nostos— a returning home and algia —a sense of longing) is a yearning for a home that no longer exists or has never existed. Interestingly, visuospatial working memory did show some long-term benefits, although it should be noted that the average follow-up was distinctly shorter than that for verbal working memory tasks (an average of 5 months post-training).

The burning question, of course, is how well this training transferred to dissimilar tasks. Thus, the type of processing and the number of repetitions combined to yield the best advertisement memory in the study.

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Hill and Danielle J. DelPriore Texas Christian University Phillip W. Vaughan University of Texas at Austin In a series of 4 experiments, we provide evidence that in addition to having an affective component. | |Introduction Communication transmitted without the use of words Words fail to convey meaning-therefore, pictures, drawings, sounds are often used to convey messages-these means (other than words) form part of non-verbal communication Non verbal signals transmit the implied meaning A more spontaneous form of communication as compared to verbal.

LANGUAGE, LABELS, AND LINGERING (RE)CONSIDERATIONS: THE EVOLUTION AND FUCTION OF TERMINOLOGY IN SPECIAL EDUCATION Robert Osgood Indiana University Institutions for the blind, deaf, and dumb, and for the feeble-minded, [are] not properly asylums, but public schools; and the pupils have as much right to the benefits as such as ordinary.

Individual Differences in Children’s Event Memory Reports and the Narrative Elaboration Technique given verbal labels as prompts recalled as much information as children who received NET training and knowledge about memory strategies, the effects of task demands on memory performance, and the ability to self-monitor memory.

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They wrote that the addition of the eye movement component “resulted in the significant decreases in self-reports of distress previously addressed. Betts, L. ORCID: and Hartley, J., The effects of changes in the order of verbal labels and numerical values on children's scores on attitude and rating scales.

British Educational Research Journal, 38 (2), pp. ISSN o generation and elaboration – of that false memory – during retention period you consolidate false attributes – will encode a false memory o imagery and imagination – mental imagery o schema affects – expectations guide – can be influenced (confirmation bias) o social/motivational – when given a suggestion you might want to comply with that they suggest (motivated to comply.

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Twelve Ss learned three lists of 17 paired-associate English vocabulary items, and then releamed each list following a period of normal activity, sleep, or sleep during which the lists were re-presented during the first hour of sleep. Retention scores were found to be significantly higher following sleep presentation than after sleep alone or after normal activity in two of the three measures.Vocabulary The Psychologie Today magazine journalist's opinion MASLOW'S MODEL CRITICISM ABRAHAM MASLOW Pervasive: omniprésent Messier: plus désorganisé Plain, flat: plat, uni, evident Roughly: en gros Route: parcours, trajet THANKS!

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