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A comparison between traditional and open-area classrooms as to creativity
Children in grades three, four, and five, from an Open-area school, and children from similar grades in a Traditional setting were compared as to creativity. Twelve males, and twelve females were measured in each classroom. ...
The role of repetition in free recall
Three experiments investigated the hypothetical processes of organization and frequency, which have been advanced to explain the repetition effect in multi-trial free recall learning. Each experiment examined recall over ...
The effect of mode of presentation, stimulus concreteness, and verbalization on a paired-associates learning task
A 2x2x3x8 experimental design was used to investigate the effects of two levels of the concreteness dimension (i.e. concrete and abstract) of nouns; two levels of verbalization (i.e. verbalization and nonverbalization) and ...
EEG desynchronization and serial learning
EEG correlates of serial learning were studies by examining two characteristics of EEG activation (mean or general level and peak level) in two groups of subjects, one of which was presented with a serial list for learning ...