Interactions of African American infants and their mothers
- The Dimensions of Stage Theories. Stanton, Warren R. // Current Psychology;Summer2002, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p176
Stage theories are commonly used to represent the structure of cognitive processes in the domains of cognitive processing and cognitive development. Hierarchical unidimensional theories consisting of a single sequence of stages through which development proceeds in one direction only have...
- Cryptomnesia: Delineating Inadvertent Plagiarism. Brown, Alan S.; Murphy, Dana R. // Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory & Cognition;May89, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p432
Examines cryptomnesia or inadvertent plagiarism. Requirement for subjects to generate category exemplars; Tasks resulting to plagiarism of others' generated responses; Amount of plagiarism under complex generation sequences.
- Cognitive Psychology, Phenomenology, and "The Creative Tension of Voices" Evans, Fred // Philosophy & Rhetoric;Spring1991, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p105
This article examines cognitive psychology's treatment of the relation between language and perception. Ever since people began to communicate, they have noticed that the world presents different faces even to members of the same community. In order to escape the ambiguity of such a world, Plato...
- Incidental learning of abstract rules for non-dominant word orders. Francis, Andrea P.; Schmidt, Gwen L.; Carr, Thomas H.; Clegg, Benjamin A. // Psychological Research;Jan2009, Vol. 73 Issue 1, p60
One way in which adult second language learners may acquire a word order that differs from their native language word order is through exposure-based incidental learning, but little is known about that process and what constrains it. The current studies examine whether a non-dominant word order...
- Constructivism and bilingual education. Gu Chi // Sino-US English Teaching;2007, Vol. 4 Issue 8, p15
Bilingual education is one of Chinese education directions in the 21st century. And constructivism is the educational foundation of bilingual education. This paper presents a study of teaching theory and the pattern of bilingual education. The current situation and the development of bilingual...
- Word-Fragment Cuing: The Lexical Search Hypothesis. Nelson, Douglas L.; Kelean, Patricia D.; Negrao, Maura // Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory & Cognition;May89, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p388
Evaluates aspects of the hypothesis that word-fragment completion depends on results of lexical but not semantic search. Number of meaningful associates linked to a studied word; Retroactive interference effects in fragment completion when words in a second list were meaningfully related; Effect...
- Reprocessing Text: Indirect Measures of Word and Message Level Processes. Levy, Betty Ann; Kirsner, Kim // Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory & Cognition;May89, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p407
Examines word-and text-level transfer after different reading experiences. Occurrence of facilitation in the latter perceptual identification when the word was originally read as part of a word set; Hallmarks of data-driven processing; Text reprocessing effect.
- Facilitating Text Memory With Additional Processing Opportunities in Rapid Sequential Reading. Sinclair, Grant P.; Healy, Alice F.; Boume, Lyle E.; Jr. // Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory & Cognition;May89, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p418
Reports on facilitating text memory with additional processing opportunities in rapid sequential reading. Importance of pausing for efficient text comprehension and memory; Rapid sequential visual presentation; Use of a method of text memory assessment.
- Algunos porquÃ©s cognitivos del anÃ¡lisis semiÃ³tico. Una aproximaciÃ³n a las confluencias entre SemiÃ³tica y PsicologÃa Cognitiva. LATORRE, Oliver PÉREZ // Zer: Revista de Estudios de Comunicacion;nov2012, Vol. 17 Issue 33, p285
An abstract is presented for the article "Algunos porquÃ©s cognitivos del anÃ¡lisis semiÃ³tico. Una aproximaciÃ³n a las confluencias entre SemiÃ³tica y PsicologÃa Cognitiva" by Ã“liver PÃ©rez Latorre.