Network model cobwebs concept depends on the concepts its connected to 1 Node a

Network model cobwebs concept depends on the concepts

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Network model: cobwebs - concept depends on the concepts its connected to 1. Node: a concept or one unit located within a network Lexical decision task: participants must judge as quickly as they can whether or not a string of letters is a word 1. Priming makes this faster 2. Mediated priming: stripes make you want to say tiger and not lion Schema: generalized knowledge for an event, situation, or person Scripts: a simple, well-structured sequence of events in a very specific order 1. Studied by Piaget and Bartlett 2. Not popular during behaviorist era because they’re not observable Brewer and Treyens: recall objects from the waiting room (recall office with office schema) Neuschatz: “lecture schema” likely to make schema consistent errors Davidson: violated the schema, people will remember Bartlett:”The War of the Ghosts” British students read story about Indians (had bias) - played
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telephone 1. Changed story to leave out ghosts, changed hunting seals to go fishing, added extra material to make him die more logically Gender stereotypes: Dunning and Sherman 1. Read sentences, gave a break, read more sentences and asked if they were new or old a. Women “talked” was remembered as “gossiped”
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