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effects of verbalizing vs. writing responses on a discrimination learning and retention task.

Gary Lee O"Brien

effects of verbalizing vs. writing responses on a discrimination learning and retention task.

by Gary Lee O"Brien

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Learning, Psychology of,
  • Memory,
  • Verbal learning

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination26 l.
    Number of Pages26
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13579941M
    OCLC/WorldCa29149333

    Sep 16,  · Gender inequality in organizations is a complex phenomenon that can be seen in organizational structures, processes, and practices. For women, some of the most harmful gender inequalities are enacted within human resources (HRs) trc-music.com by: Effects of preexposure and retention interval placement on latent inhibition and perceptual learning in a choice-maze discrimination task L. G. D E LA CASA University of Seville, Seville, Spain and WILLIAM TIMBERLAKE Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana In two experiments, we examined how preexposure to discriminative stimuli and.

    Discrimination learning definition: a learning process in which an organism learns to react differently to different stimuli | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. The present study compared the effects of an errorless stimulus shaping procedure to an errorful fluency based procedure for teaching difficult letter sound discriminations using a counterbalanced multielement experimental design. For 2 participants, letters fsteai were taught using the errorless procedure and letters bpdvou were taught using the errorful trc-music.com by: 1.

    The effects of irrelevant dimensions and stimuli on two-choice discrimination learning by children Article in Psychonomic science 22(4) · April with 6 Reads How we measure 'reads'. By Marsi G. Wisniewski, trc-music.com May, Plymouth State University. Introduction. The purpose behind this annotated bibliography is to give the reader a better understanding of the very real and often debilitating experience associated with writing anxiety.


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Effects of verbalizing vs. writing responses on a discrimination learning and retention task by Gary Lee O"Brien Download PDF EPUB FB2

In comparison with a nonverbal control group, verbalizing the correct stimulus after each response facilitated learning, verbalizing the stimulus responded to or verbalizing the incorrect stimulus had no effect, and verbalizing both stimuli or verbalizing a stimulus preselected at random had an interfering trc-music.com by: Ss verbalized or wrote predetermined stimulus names during visual discrimination learning.

Those verbalizing or writing only the names of correct stimuli made significantly fewer errors in learning the discriminations than did those required to verbalize or write a mixed pattern of Cited by: 5. In comparison with a nonverbal control group, verbalizing the correct stimulus after each response facilitated learning, verbalizing the stimulus responded to or verbalizing the incorrect stimulus.

Nov 07,  · Learning and retention of verbal materials were compared in high school students under perform (guessing with feedback) or observe (watching the performer) conditions. The correct response was randomly determined, or the shortest word, or the word that made a short message when linked to contiguous correct words.

In acquisition, subjects did better when performing, females did better than Cited by: 4. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY s, () Effects of Similarity of Discrimination Problems on Learning and Retention in Retardatesl BETTY J.

HOUSE University of Connecticut Outside the laboratory, an organism is seldom required to learn a single discrimination within a given trc-music.com by: 7. Those verbalizing or writing only the names of correct stimuli made significantly fewer errors in learning the discriminations than did those required to verbalize or write a mixed pattern of.

There were no significant effects of trait worry group on responding to the task contingencies, and the hypothesis that state and trait worry are associated with diminished adaptation to contingency changes on the discrimination learning task was not supported, as there were no effects of group or condition for the learning task trial blocks after the contingency change (blocks 11–15) when sensitivity at the Cited by: J'OURNAL OF VERBAL LEARNING AND VERBAL BEHAVIOR 5, () The Effects of Verbal Reinforcement Combination on the Performance of a Four-Alternative Discrimination Task1 JANET TAYLOR SPENCE University o] Texas, Austin, Texas Groups of medical patients from a Veterans Administration Hospital uninformed about the reinforcement procedures were given a 4-alternative verbal discrimination Cited by: Nursery School Data Performance on the four-pair picture discrimination learning task in the nursery school sample, as a function of the two kinds of pronouncing responses, is shown in Fig.

Analysis of variance revealed a significant main effect for method of choice (F(1,54) =prehearsal (F(2,54) =p Cited by: Response Format In Writing Self-Efficacy Assessment: Greater Discrimination Increases Prediction Article in Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development 33(4) ·.

Abstract. Most previous research on the effect of the duration of preceding discrimination training on responding to a new stimulus has measured the responding during extinction. To reduce effects originating in the extinction procedure itself, the present study assessed the effect of discrimination training on responses to a new negative stimulus Cited by: 3.

Nov 07,  · Verbal discrimination learning and retention as a function of performance or observation and ease of conceptualization of task materials have some strengthening effect on responses that cannot be accounted for in terms of strictly cognitive processes.

& Marx, K. Verbal discrimination learning and retention as a function of task and Cited by: 2. The Influence of Media on Learning: The Debate Continues SLMQ Volume 22, Number 4, Summer and their effect on learning is assessed by using “responses” on a test. Missing from this The most common medium encountered in school learning is still the book.

As a learning medium, the book can be characterized by the primary feature. Jan 04,  · We found a significant effect of age on the number of trials needed to reach criterion (as age increased, discrimination learning ability decreased) and degree of perseveration (the number of correction trials) in the two visual discrimination learning trc-music.com by: Jan 04,  · In laboratory dogs, aging leads to a decline in various cognitive domains such as learning, memory and behavioural flexibility.

However, much less is known about aging in pet dogs, i.e. dogs that are exposed to different home environments by their caregivers. We used tasks on a touchscreen apparatus to detect differences in various cognitive functions across pet Border Collies Cited by: Effects of verbal pretraining and overt verbalization on discrimination learning in preschool children discrimination learning task in which two irrelevant dimensions varied within settings.

In Group B, the novelty Increased the occurrence 01" irrelevant dimensional responses during discrimination learning in Author: Diane T. Lindsley, Joan H. Cantor. THE EFFECT OF DISCRIMINATION ON JOB PERFORMANCE AND JOB SATISFACTION YODIT TESFAYE Being a Dissertation presented in part requirement for Bachelor’s or Art (Honours) at the.

1 Behavioral Methods to Study Learning and Memory in Rats Jorge A. Quillfeldt (v21 - may 24, ) 1. INTRODUCTION “The only proof of there being retention is that recall actually takes place”Cited by: of the incorrect response, the child is given negative feedback, presented with the same task on another occasion, and is seldom taught the distinctive features of the stimuli that must be recognized in order to make the correct discrimination.

Incorrect responses indicate that the child has responded to Cited by: 1. Discrimination learning is defined in psychology as the ability to respond differently to different stimuli. This type of learning is used in studies regarding operant and classical conditioning.

Operant conditioning involves the modification of a behavior by means of reinforcement or punishment. In this way, a discriminative stimulus will act as an indicator to when a behavior will persist and when it will not.

Generalization and discrimination of observations is fundamental to all learning. We provide an introduction to key issues in the context of Machine Learning (ML), with references to the psychology literature, but can only touch on the basics.

A related article deals with this subject in the context of comparative psychology and biology.Some ideas include writing a blog post, creating a podcast or participating in a group discussion. 3. Utilize Previous Learning to Promote New Learning. Another great way to become a more effective learner is to use relational learning, which involves relating new information to things that you already know.In this lesson, we'll define discrimination learning and use examples to explain how it can be used to make people and animals respond in different ways to stimuli like sounds and colors.