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operation of primacy and recency factors in learning the complex high relief maze

Karl Smith

operation of primacy and recency factors in learning the complex high relief maze

by Karl Smith

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Written in English

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  • Psychological tests,
  • Learning, Psychology of

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    Statementby Karl Smith
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14988491M

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Operation of primacy and recency factors in learning the complex high relief maze by Karl Smith Download PDF EPUB FB2

We know that primacy and recency (recall for items at the beginning or end) are significant factors in learning (61), yet this was only mentioned as a design consideration in one study (40). It is tempting to make an analogy here to primacy and recency effects present in human WM tasks (Stephane et al.

; Botto et al. ) and in rats during performance of the radial arm maze. The peak–end rule is a psychological heuristic in which people judge an experience largely based on how they felt at its peak (i.e., its most intense point) and at its end, rather than based on the total sum or average of every moment of the experience.

The effect occurs regardless of whether the experience is pleasant or unpleasant. According to the heuristic, other information aside from. The Neuropsychology of Human Learning and Memory Felicia B. Gershberg Memory Disorders Research Center, Boston University School of Medicine and Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts Arthur P.

Shimamura Department of Psychology, University of California, Berkeley, California I. INTRODUCTION Neuropsychological Cited by: 4. Much research suggests a nonunitary quality of WM ; for example, primacy and recency items respond to different variab If WM has a differentiated internal structure, with loosely coupled component processes, then factors may trade off across different experimental tasks.

Time duration, visual richness, and spatialityCited by: In university, the teaching-learning approach is structured differently compared to secondary and primary learning.

I was responsive to classes that offer laboratory sessions, practical applications, and visual-aural presentations.

It is also in these classes where primacy and recency. In his maze-learning research, Tolman demonstrated all of the following except a. Both habit strength and drive are necessary for goal-directed behavior to occur b.

Reinforcement affects performance, but not learning c. Animals learn the location of the goal, not a series of responses d. Maze learning involves the construction of a cognitive map. Interference of new learning (recency) with old learning (primacy) Primacy + Recency Effects When given a list of information and later asked to recall that information, the items at the beginning (primacy) and the items at the end (recency) are more likely to be recalled than the items in the middle.-Primacy effect has no proactive.

It is my first time to come across the terms “primacy and recency effects,” but on hindsight they have been part of my daily life as a professional.

Now, that I understand better the implication of prime-time 1, down-time and prime-time 2 in the learning process, I can improve the way I deliver my own presentations during meetings and.

Learning principles (e.g., classical conditioning, operant conditioning) also do explain a great deal about human behavior. However, many complex human behaviors (e.g., language, higher-level thought) cannot be adequately explained in terms of learning. concluded that frequency was more important than recency, primacy, or vividness as; a predictor of recall.

found that the only factor to improve memory was repetition In her research on memory, Calkins investigated frequency, vividness, primacy, and recency. All enhanced memory, but which was the most critical factor, according to her results. Theories of primacy and recency, which we discussed in Chapter 9 "Preparing a Speech", emerged to account for the variation in interpretation based on the order in which a message is received.

Last, researchers explored how perceptions of source credibility affect message interpretation and how media messages may affect viewers’ self-esteem.

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A set of principles for an identical disaster recovery operation would tend to differ for survivors, the national government, the private sector and international relief agencies. Disasters occur within diverse cultural settings, so it is highly unlikely that specific ‘tactical’ or ‘implementation’ principles of disaster management that.

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The beginning of the “Manuscript Era,” around BCE, marked the turn from oral to written culture. This evolution in communication corresponded with a shift to a more settled, agrarian way of ll T. Poe, A History of Communications: Media and Society from the Evolution of Speech to the Internet (New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, ), 61– Explicit memory (or declarative memory) is one of the two main types of long-term human memory, the other of which is implicit it memory is the conscious, intentional recollection of factual information, previous experiences, and concepts.

Explicit memory can be divided into two categories: episodic memory, which stores specific personal experiences, and semantic memory, which. Studies that do report facilitative effects under single task conditions often demonstrate primacy and recency effects [35,37]. Tasks that place a high demand on cognitive resources, or performance assessed under dual/multi-task demands, appear more sensitive to the facilitative effects of glucose (e.g., [7,15,27,35,36,48]).

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