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Mnemonics - Enhancing Encoding and/or Retrieval Imagery Techniques A. Interactive I___________________ 1. Bower (1970) a. Paired-Associates Learning under 3 conditions: b. Rote Rehearsal c. Non-interactive Imagery Interactive I________________
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B. Subjects given p______________ a_______________________ and asked to image them: 1. Interacting vs. Side-by-Side (non-interacting) 2. B_________ vs. Common C. Interacting Images led to better memory; b_____________ness did NOT.
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D. 10 sentences of t__________________: 1. BIZARRE: a. The dog rode the bicycle down the street . 2. COMMON: a. The dog chased the bicycle down the street . E. Bizarre vs. Common studied as a: 1. B___________-Subjects Variable (10 B or 10C) 2. W___________-Subjects Variable (1/2 of each) Triplet sentences under Incidental learning Number words recalled
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Explanation 3. Mixed-List a. list advantage suggests that, when bizarre imagery improves
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2010 for the course PSY 43785 taught by Professor Reed during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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