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22:14 IV: Level of Processing/ Type of processing DV: Words recalled Method Participants o How many and what gender o 37 participants (17 males, 23 Females) o Motivation o Source of Recruitment (University of California Los Angeles) o Age Range Design o One-way Within Subjects o IV: Levels o DV: Materials and Apparatus o 24 words were selected for testing in both of the two conditions for a total  of 72 words.  o 3 columns of words (category A,B,C) o Category A meant something different to every participant. Confounding  variable, Systematically variated in the same way.  o Confounding variable is the words are difficult to recall. Control by A  category words, Ortho. Systematic. Phono by everyone in the class. 
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Unformatted text preview: o Words were presented in the exact same order to everyone. The primacy effect= Confounding variable. Control: Circle the Ys cross out the Ns. o Distracter task to get rid of the recency effect. o 8 of each decision are made on each of three blocks, 3 decisions 8 times each: Block Randomization. Into three blocks. Group of 24 words: first, middle, last o Controlled: Word Length; Visualization of the word, Familiarity of the word o Procedure o Hypothesis: Significant difference Tania is a B.I.T.C.H 22:14 22:14...
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2010 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 100B taught by Professor Firstenberg,i. during the Spring '10 term at UCLA.

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