Rissman_Psych120A_Fall2013_lec08 (final version)

Transfer appropriate processing compakbility between

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Unformatted text preview: l learning ¤༊  Usually ensures deep processing will occur ¤༊  Not necessarily any beher than incidental learning with deep processing ¨༊  Memory is a byproduct of processing The Self- Reference Effect Rogers, Kuiper, & Kirker (1977) ¨༊  Encoding information with respect to oneself increases memory Capital letters? Rhymes with? Means the same as? Describes you? The GeneraKon Effect Slamecka & Graf (1978) ¨༊  ¨༊  Subjects learn pairs of words, either read them: rapid- fast, lamp- light OR produce/generate the second item in the pair: rapid- f_ _ _ , lamp – l_ _ _ ¨༊  ¨༊  LATER: Given a cued recall test, and people do much beher with generaKon than mere reading HINT: How to study for exams? Transfer Appropriate Processing ¨༊  ¨༊  CompaKbility between encoding and retrieval processes Deep, semanKc encoding not inherently beher, just more compaKble with typical memory tests ¤༊  E.g., want to improve pronunciaKon of words? n༆  ahenKon to phonology beher than ahenKon to meaning Transfer Appropriate Processing ¨༊  Study phase: yes/no judgments 1. “The _____ had a silver engine.” TRAIN 2. “______ rhymes with...
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2013 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 120A taught by Professor Reismann during the Fall '13 term at UCLA.

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