E robinman chrishis rate of recall on prev trial

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Unformatted text preview: /Ruth or; king/Ivan, king/Ivan, son/Lewis, boy/Ross, dad/Mike Word pairs followed by spelling an 8-letter nonsense word 8- Rate of Recall Ng (1990) Then asked to recall aloud the two words presented Critical Critical trial used unisex names paired with man and his: man and his: i.e., Robin/man; Chris/his Rate of recall on prev trial pretty good, but on final trials not good for the masc pairs "Man and his" and those masc names = same category Fem words when you use "man and his" people's memory goes up, gets better because "man and his" are not encoded in same cat as the female names results show us that ppls encoding of info when they get masc generics is entirely sex based ex. "small step for man..." not thinking of women, only thinking of men (the feminists are right) Relative Relative to trial 4 (where PI is built up), memory for man/his is decreased in the masculine condition because of the continuation of PI caused by encoding those those words in the masculine category. Additionally, Additionally, memory for man/his is increased on trials 5 & 6 when the word list was feminine, because of the release from from PI. Summary Language reveals and reflects power Language creates power Language depoliticizes (i.e, conceals) power (i.e, Language Language routinizes (i.e,. naturalises) power i.e,. naturalises) power relationships relationships 4...
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