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George Linen Jr. R3 Discussion 11/16/2010 The hypothesis had stated that it is difficult to recall information when a new task is introduced right after it is administered. The prediction stated that if interference will affect the amount of information recalled, then those who did not have interference will recall more information than those who experienced interference. When looking at the Figure 1, the results show students that recalled words in a certain order compared to students that recalled the words in order after being asked to place 12 additional words in alphabetical order. The hypothesis states that the information that is administered to a group which has some level of distraction causes difficulty in the recollection of the required information. The results from Figure 1 show that students that did not experience any interference had a higher percentage of recall, which supports the prediction. The prediction
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