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By Hayne W. Reese, Lewis P. Lipsitt (Eds.)

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ISBN-13: 9780120097135

This quantity, one in a sequence, bargains with the constitution of developmental concept, recursive structures, kid's iconic realism, the function of cognition in realizing gender results, the advance of processing velocity in adolescence and youth and extra.

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B. Berch, “Absolute judgmetir of recency: A reexamination of children’s short-term memory data,” Psychological Bulletin, 1977, 84, 1261-1266. Copyright 1977 by the American Psychological Association. Reprin red by permission. ) random spatiotemporal presentation. Berlyne used objects and words as stimulus items, and O’Connor and Hemelin used nonsense syllables and photographs of faces. A discrete-trials procedure was used in both studies, but OConnor and Hermelin’s list length was five items, and Berlyne’s was 16.

First, I will describe the various dependent measures that may be used. Next, I will review findings from studies concerned with factors purportedly responsible for the lack of a primacy effect in young children. Finally, I will examine the role of spatial cues in this task. A. DEPENDENT MEASURES I. Proportion Correct The most obvious and widely used measure for representing probe-type data is the proportion of correct responses. Here, one simply determines the number correct at each serial position and divides each value by the number of times the serial position is correct.

2 . Proactive Interference In the original study by Atkinson et al. (1964), the procedure involved the use of 11 pictures, from which eight were randomly sampled for each trial. Using this same procedure, Calfee et al. (1966) examined changes in the shape of the serial-position curve as a function of trial blocks. Although there was some evidence of a primacy effect during the first trial block, there was a complete absence of any such effect in the later blocks. Calfee et al. suggested that these results supported Murdock’s (1964) contention that primacy effects will decrease over trials when repeated measures are used in short-term recall studies.

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