Mediated transfer in paired-associate learning ... by Robert William Holmstrom

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Mediated transfer in paired-associate learning. The present study attempts to demonstrate both mediated facilitation and interference in the learning and retention of single lists of paired-associates under conditions analogous to the standard retroaction : Robert William Holmstrom.

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Ppi Scandate Pages: The present paper reports two experiments concerned with intralist transfer effects in a verbal paired-associate (PA) task. The primary purpose of the experiments was to develop and test intralist conditions providing withinlist transfer relationships similar or analogous to the interlist relationships of the standard two-list PA transfer : Robert W.

Holmstrom. Paired-Associates Learning: The Role of Meaningfulness, Similarity, and Familiarization focuses on the role of meaningfulness, similarity, and familiarization of stimuli in paired-associates (PA) learning.

The book illustrates the problems, methods, findings, and theoretical implications of research findings. The book first offers information on scalings of meaningfulness, theoretical analyses, and meaningfulness in PA learning.

Associative mediation in paired-associate learning with multiple controls1. A paired-associate learning experiment was performed to investigate the effects of associative mediation in second-list learning as compared to the effects of warm-up and other general transfer by: 8.

The present study attempts to demonstrate both mediated facilitation and interference in the learning and retention of single Mediated transfer in paired-associate learning.

book of paired-associates under conditions analogous to the standard retroaction : Robert William Holmstrom. A-X pairs amount of practice analysis analysis of variance Bugelski complex control group correct responses criterion cues degree of first-list degree of similarity discrimination learning set discrimination reversal distinctiveness Ellis experiment facilitation factors Figure first-list learning Gibson groups trained highly similar hypothesis identical elements increased indicated learning set curves learning task learning to learn McGeoch mediated monkeys negative transfer.

Mediated transfer in a four-stage, stimulus-equivalence paradigm1. The four-stage, stimulus-equivalence mediation paradigm was investigated in a paired-associate learning experiment.

The first three stages were presented as self-paced PA learning tasks, and the fourth stage was presented as a matching by: Effects of stress on mediated paired-associate learning Article in Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society 2(6) December with 2 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Mediated serial learning. On the basis of circumstantial evidence gleaned largely from the recent literature on transfer between paired-associate (PA) and serial learning, it was hypothesized Author: John P.

Houston. Download Citation | On Jan 1,Kerri A. Scorpio and others published Paired-Associate Learning | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. A second study in the Cramer and Cofer paper, using a tripartite mixed list, indi- cated that paired-associate transfer medi- ated by forward associative connections is greater than that mediated by reverse as- sociative connections, which in turn is greater than that found with nonassociated, control by: 2.

Within the framework of the semantic mediation theory proposed by Osgood, predictions concerning mediated transfer were made. An experiment is reported in which the effects of three levels of semantic polarization of the mediating elements upon transfer in paired-associate learning were investigated in two mediation by: 2.

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Norcross, KJ, Spiker, CC The effects of mediated associations on transfer in paired-associate learning Journal of Experimental Psychology 55 Google Scholar | Crossref | Medline Odom, RD A method for studying the effects of mediated associations in the paired-associate learning of children Psychonomic Science 2 1 2Author: Francis J.

Di Vesta, David S. Palermo. Two classrooms of fifth grade children were pre sented training and transfer lists of verbal paired-associates in order to test the merits of a group technique in demonstrating the facilitating effects of mediated associations on the learning of new responses.

practice-test procedure was followed, utilizing a projector and screen for the presentation of materials and individual booklets for Author: Richard D.

Odom. undergraduates divided into five equal groups were tested to determine the amount of transfer from the learning of one paired-associate nonsense-syllable problem to the learning of a second.

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Mediated facilitation in a four-stage chaining paradigm. as the basis of transfer in paired-associate learning. amount of mediated transfer on the matching task and suggested that Ss who. Paired-associate learning typically consists of a study phase of pairs of items (such as word pairs) followed by a test of cued recall.

Our new protocol involves training rats in a large arena containing a 7 × 7 grid of 49 sand-wells that could be uncovered selectively (Fig.

1 Cited by: 1. j exp psychol. jan; cue selection and mediated transfer in paired-associate learning. jenkins jj, bailey vb. pmid: Cited by: 9. Transfer from a serial to a paired-associate (PA) list was investigated.

In the experimental condition both serial and PA lists contained the same items, arranged in the same order. Purchase Transfer of Learning, Volume. - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN  Thus this book is a necessary basis for all instruction and learning.

Based on history and research, the book shows that transfer of learning is not just a technique of learning or instruction, but a way of thinking and knowing. Key Features * The only nonedited educational book about transfer of learning * Written in a plain, Cited by: Glutamate-receptor-mediated encoding and retrieval of paired-associate learning Article (PDF Available) in Nature () August with 81 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Cue Selection and Mediated Transfer in Paired-Associate Learning. James J. Jenkins & Virginia B. Bailey - - Journal of Experimental Psychology 67 (1) Supplementary Report: Processes Underlying Learning a Single Paired-Associate by: Other articles where Paired-associate learning is discussed: transfer of training: Stimulus and response similarity: The method of paired-associate learning, in which a person is asked to learn to associate one syllable or word with another (e.g., complete–hot, safe–green, wild–soft), encouraged the investigation of the influence of stimulus and response similarity on transfer of learning.

The stimuli used in PAL tasks can be uni-modal (e.g., visual stimulus–visual paired associate, verbal stimulus–verbal paired associate) or cross-modal (e.g., visual stimulus–verbal paired associate, and vice versa) in nature (Litt et al., ).

The process of learning to read can be defined as a form of cross-modal associative learning Cited by: 7. Twenty-four common English words were learned as responses to compound stimuli, each of which was composed of two trigrams connected by a hyphen.

One trigram of each stimulus was high m, one low m; half of the stimuli had the high m item in the left-hand position, half in the right. In a transfer task Ss responded to one trigram of each stimulus.

The data obtained suggest that both m Cited by: 7. Mediated Learning and Pedagogy: Applications of Feuerstein's Theory in Twenty-First Century Education Tan Oon Seng Introduction Most educators are familiar with the work of Piaget and Vygotsky.

Education owes a great debt to Piaget particularly for his extensive insights into the devel- opment of the mind and intelligence. Mediated facilitation was found in the A-B, B-C, C-D, A-D chaining paradigm using methods that closely paralleled those of prior three-stage experiments that reliably produced inferred mediation effects.

The A terms were paralogs, the B and C terms were highly associated nouns, and the D terms were CVCs. All four stages were executed in the by: 1. in learning by this procedure (Carterette & Jones, ). Using first- and fourth-grade children, Klinger and Palermo () have found that the rate of paired-associate learning varies positively with the normative associative strength of the pairs as determined from the oral norms.

The results of this study suggest that the influence of natural. Mediated stimulus equivalence as a function of the number of converging stimulus items. Foss DJ, Jenkins JJ. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] MeSH Terms. Humans; Paired-Associate Learning* Transfer (Psychology)*Cited by: 7.

It was suggested that the serial learning was mediated by an A-B’-B sequence in which A elicited B’ and B’, in turn, evoked its primary associate B.

Springer Nature is making SARS-CoV-2 and COVID research by: 1. Mediated Transfer in Reversal and Nonreversal Shift Paired-Associate Learning. Barbara W.

Marquette & L. Goulet - - Journal of Experimental Psychology 76 (1p1) details Ethics in. Effects of Mediated Associations on Transfer in Paired-Associate Learning.

Kathryn J. Norcross & Charles C. Spiker - - Journal of Experimental Psychology 55 (2) Word Associations Contribute to Machine Learning in Automatic Scoring of Degree of Emotional Tones in Dream : /xge   The effects of imagery (I) of List 2 right (R) items on verbal discrimination (VD) transfer were examined.

Two levels of I were crossed with the experimental (E) paradigm of W1 -R1, W1 -R2 and the control (C) paradigm of W1 -R1, W2 -R2. Significant negative transfer was obtained with the E paradigm when low I was employed; however, List 2 R item high I eliminated the negative transfer Cited by: 2.

Effects of Mediated Associations on Transfer in Paired-Associate Learning. Kathryn J. Norcross & Charles C.

Spiker - - Journal of Experimental Psychology 55 (2) Transfer Tests of the Frequency Theory of Verbal Discrimination by: Richardson, J., & Brown, B.

Mediated Transfer in Paired-Associate Learning as a Function of Presentation Rate and Stimulus Meaningfulness: Journal of Experimental Psychology Vol 72(6) DecRichardson, J. Reported mediators and individual differences in mental imagery: Memory & Cognition Vol 6(4) Jul The Paired Associate Learning Task (PAL-T) is a laboratory-based instrument commonly used for assessing psychostimulant response (and specifically cognitive nonresponse or toxicity) in children with Attention Deficit Disorder/Hyperactivity (ADDH).Cited by: 7.

There are many ways that associative strength may operate in paired-associate learning. Russell and Storms presented one way; others have been presented ty Gallagher and Reid (), Berry and Baumeister (), and Wollen and Lowry ().

Associative mediation, verbal mediation, and positive tranSfer" in paired-associate learning are related.The major purpose of the review was to examine the validity of the assumption that the laws of verbal learning obtained on the college student will hold reasonably well for younger populations of Ss.

Various areas of verbal learning, such as free learning, paired-associate learning, serial learning, transfer, retention, and retroactive-proactive inhibition, were reviewed in order to determine Cited by: Abstruct. Plant genetic transformation was initiated and developed m the 80s thanks to the convergence of constant progress m the protocol of regeneratton from tissue culture, molecular techniques leading to well-expressed marker genes after transfer m plant cells, and the dtverslficatlon of Cited by:

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