6 edition of The organization of prose and its effects on memory found in the catalog.
|Statement||Bonnie J.F. Meyer.|
|Series||North-Holland studies in theoretical poetics ;, v. 1|
|LC Classifications||P301 .M4 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 249 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||249|
|LC Control Number||75022077|
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meyer. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: bonnie j.f. meyer. PROSE RETENTION. As with memory for other kinds of verbal material, memory for prose is a complex function of various factors. Some of the more important factors include 1.
the kind of reading or studying activity in which the learner engages while processing a text; 2. the particular type of prose that is being remembered; 3. the kinds of information and events that intervene between the. structure and organization of cognition.
Here we consider recent work on learning and memory from a combined psychology-neuroscience point of view. We focus on the characteristics of various forms of memory, their relationship to each other, and how they are organized in the brain.
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Bonnie J F Meyer. 01 Jan Book. Levels of Processing Effects on the Immediate and Delayed Recall of Prose Show all authors. John K. Burton 1. John K. Burton. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Curriculum and Instruction, War Memorial Gym, Blacksburg, Virginia Meyer, B.
Organization of Prose and its Effects on Recall. Amsterdam: North Holland Cited by: 6. The effects of memory books on the quantity and quality of conversations of 3 Mandarin-speaking Chinese persons with dementia were evaluated using a multiple baseline design across behaviors. Book review Full text access The organization of prose and its effects on memory: Bonnie J.F.
Meyer, North-Holland Studies in Theoretical Poetics vol. North-Holland Publishing Co., Amsterdam/Oxford; American Elsevier Publishing Co., New York, xvii, pp. $, Dfl. It has considerable memory benefits, but only if its subjective (i.e., based on a person's own groupings).
It has considerable memory benefits, whether it's objective or subjective. It has considerable memory benefits, but only if based on some objective scheme (e.g. This is an excerpt from Ray Bradbury’s the April Witch Into the air, over the valleys, under the stars, above a river, a pond, a road, flew Cecy.
Invisible as new spring winds, fresh as the breath of clover rising from twilight fields, she flew. Organizational memory changes by adapting to individual memories or groups of memories. Often deviant memories are incorporporated into the organzational memory when the dominant group loses favor.
It also changes with new experiences, increased exploration, etc. Consider the passage in Table 4–1, selected from a standard science textbook (Slesnick, Balzer, McCormack, Newton, & Rasmussen,p.
If you Cited by: CONTEMPORARY EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY 1, () Prose Organization and Recall JOHN F. CARTER Navy Personnel Research and Development Center CAROL CARRIER Syracuse University In two experiments, subjects read prose materials with various organizations of the superordinate and subordinate conceptual structure of the by: (a) The organization of prose: effects on learning and memory and implications for educational practice.
In C. Richard, R. Anderson, J. Sapiro and William E. Montague (eds) Schooling and the acquisition of knowledge. Hillsdale, New Jersey, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Book: The organization of prose and its effects on memory (North-Holland studies in theoretical poetics) Paperback – January 1, by Bonnie J.
F Meyer (Author) ISBN ISBN. Abstract. The study of discourse comprehension has enjoyed a great surge in interest in recent years. Investigators in a wide variety of fields such as psychology, artificial intelligence, linguistics, philosophy, education, and the neurosciences have come to realize the importance of developing an understanding of language comprehension as a tool for understanding the workings of the by: Effects of topic knowledge on the quality and coherence of informational writing.
In A. Applebee (Ed.), Contexts for learning to write. In A. Applebee (Ed.), Contexts for learning to write. Norwood, NJ: by: memory for narrative discourse are discussed. Much recent research in language comprehension has examined the structures and processes associated with learning word lists or sets of unrelated sentences.
In contrast, relatively little attention has been given to memory for prose paragraphs or stories.