Experimenter-made versus subject-made mnemonics in paired-associate learning

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Experimenter-made versus subject-made mnemonics in paired-associate learning. / Lieberman, L. R.; Walters, W. M. ; Cox, W. Miles.

Yn: Psychological Reports, Cyfrol 22, Rhif 1, 1968, t. 227-231.

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Lieberman, LR, Walters, WM & Cox, WM 1968, 'Experimenter-made versus subject-made mnemonics in paired-associate learning', Psychological Reports, cyfrol. 22, rhif 1, tt. 227-231. https://doi.org/10.2466/pr0.1968.22.1.227

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Lieberman, L. R., Walters, W. M., & Cox, W. M. (1968). Experimenter-made versus subject-made mnemonics in paired-associate learning. Psychological Reports, 22(1), 227-231. https://doi.org/10.2466/pr0.1968.22.1.227

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Lieberman LR, Walters WM, Cox WM. 1968. Experimenter-made versus subject-made mnemonics in paired-associate learning. Psychological Reports. 22(1):227-231. https://doi.org/10.2466/pr0.1968.22.1.227

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Lieberman, L. R., W. M. Walters a W. Miles Cox. "Experimenter-made versus subject-made mnemonics in paired-associate learning". Psychological Reports. 1968, 22(1). 227-231. https://doi.org/10.2466/pr0.1968.22.1.227

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Lieberman LR, Walters WM, Cox WM. Experimenter-made versus subject-made mnemonics in paired-associate learning. Psychological Reports. 1968;22(1):227-231. https://doi.org/10.2466/pr0.1968.22.1.227

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Lieberman, L. R. ; Walters, W. M. ; Cox, W. Miles. / Experimenter-made versus subject-made mnemonics in paired-associate learning. Yn: Psychological Reports. 1968 ; Cyfrol 22, Rhif 1. tt. 227-231.

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Experimenter-made versus subject-made mnemonics in paired-associate learning

AU - Lieberman, L. R.

AU - Walters, W. M.

AU - Cox, W. Miles

PY - 1968

Y1 - 1968

N2 - Two groups of Ss learned 42 pairs of words as a standard paired-associates learning task. One group was provided with mnemonic devices as an aid in learning the pairs and the other group was told to make up their own mnemonic aids. The difference in the number of pairs learned was not significant. Correlation between recall scores and Scholastic Aptitude Test verbal scores approached 0. There was a high correlation between the number of Ss who recalled a given pair correctly in the two groups. This suggests that certain pairs of words are easier to learn than others, regardless of whether S is given a mnemonic aid or has to contrive his own.

AB - Two groups of Ss learned 42 pairs of words as a standard paired-associates learning task. One group was provided with mnemonic devices as an aid in learning the pairs and the other group was told to make up their own mnemonic aids. The difference in the number of pairs learned was not significant. Correlation between recall scores and Scholastic Aptitude Test verbal scores approached 0. There was a high correlation between the number of Ss who recalled a given pair correctly in the two groups. This suggests that certain pairs of words are easier to learn than others, regardless of whether S is given a mnemonic aid or has to contrive his own.

U2 - 10.2466/pr0.1968.22.1.227

DO - 10.2466/pr0.1968.22.1.227

M3 - Article

VL - 22

SP - 227

EP - 231

JO - Psychological Reports

JF - Psychological Reports

SN - 0033-2941

IS - 1

ER -