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Unformatted text preview: tion as they could studying inference questions are thought to assess differinference questions are thought to assess differ- practice (the = 0.67) over elaborativeon a free with recall test. After recalling 0.45) represented about ent depths of conceptual knowledge (14, 15). concept mapping (M = once, the students re- entadepths of conceptual knowledge (14, 15). studied the text and recalled again. The total The proportion of ideas produced on the 50% improvement in long-term retention scoresThe proportion of ideas produced on the initial concept maps and recalled in the retrieval [amount of learning=time was exactly 0.36]. in initial concept maps and recalled in the retrieval d = 1.50, F1,38 21.63, hp2 = matched concept ’ judgments of learning, con- in practice condition was nearly identical [0.78 and the Studentsmapping and retrieval practicesolicitedpractice condition was nearly identical [0.78 and 0.81, ditions (19 0.81, respectively; F1,38 = 0.46, not significant]. the initial).learning session, reflected little meta- respectively; F1,38 = 0.46, not significant]. At the knowledge of the benefits of retriev...
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2014 for the course PSYC 2145 taught by Professor Cheriking during the Spring '07 term at Colorado.

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