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Unformatted text preview: I’m taking my test. The more it feels like the actual classroom, the better retrieval will be when the test rolls around. Also, with transfer-appropriate processing, I would study the information much like it would be presented on the test. If there are multiple choice, matching, and essays, I would make sure to study in all three formats to better prepare for any question on the test. To go along with this, memorizing definitions is very important because it can apply to all three forms of questions listed above. With similar processing at encoding and retrieval, there will be much more retrieval success. Lastly, in order to study effectively based on encoding specificity, I would organize all my notes very well in order to clearly understand and encode the information, making it easier to bring it back into my mind during retrieval....
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course PSYCH 170 taught by Professor Wise during the Spring '08 term at Allegheny.
- Spring '08
- Cognitive Psychology