HM_method - DESIGNING A MEMORY EXPERIMENT Manipulation...

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DESIGNING A MEMORY EXPERIMENT Manipulation versus control Whose memory will we study? Effects of age, gender, disorders, expertise What state are they in? Arousal, mood, motivation What is the object of memory? Verbal or nonverbal material Simple or complex structure Learned in the lab or elsewhere What are the conditions of presentation? Visual, auditory or other modality Number of presentations Sequence of presentations Time between presentations Context of presentations
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What will they do with the material? Intentional or incidental instructions Special encoding tasks Who gets what conditions? Between-group or within-subject How long is the retention interval? Immediate (STM, seconds to tens of sec) Recent (LTM, minutes to hours) Remote (LTM, months to decades) What is the memory task? Explicit tests of memory Free or cued recall Recognition Implicit tests of memory Repetition priming, fragment completion
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course EXP 4504 taught by Professor Fischler during the Fall '07 term at University of Florida.

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