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Unformatted text preview: 1. Content Is the question being addressed made clear up front? Is the discussion of relevant material from class clear, accurate, and complete? Does it provide an accurate discussion of the content of the recent article including the motivation, methods, results, and conclusions? Does it include a conclusion that integrates everything? Does it make any claims without substantiating them (if its not obvious, this is not a good thing!)? Your Comments: Provide specific comments about the paper's content. What parts of the content were the strongest? The weakest? Be very specific about the problems and try to suggest ways to fix them. When talking Kosslyns image scanning experiment, I think by explaining the actual boat example the read would be able to better understand the example being used. I think by talking about the example the information would easier to understand. The question being addressed was clearly stated at the beginning of your essay and in your conclusion I liked how you were able to tie all of the information together. In the paragraph explaining the Johnson and Moore article, you talked about habituation without saying the definition of it. I think the definition should be added in order for that part of the paragraph to make sense. A lot more of the paper is focused on how imagery is depictive, so you might want to discuss another example of why imagery is propositional as well....
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- Fall '08
- Cognitive Psychology