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Abstract: , 1962) for learning serial lists is the "chaining" method, whereby S is enjoined to construct a narrative story around the critical words to be remembered. The critical words are to be woven in to the story in the order they are to be recalled, and these words should be emphasized in some manner, e.g., by vocal stress, pausing, or by making them the main actors or objects in the narrative. The prescriptions perrnit a wide latitude in constructive details (e.g., the number of critical words per sentence) depe… Show more

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“…Bower and Clark (1969) had subjects study 12 successive lists of ten words each. Some subjects were told to construct a narrative to aid in recalling the list, and the control subjects were left to their own devices.…”
Section: Empirical Evidencementioning
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“…Bower and Clark (1969) had subjects study 12 successive lists of ten words each. Some subjects were told to construct a narrative to aid in recalling the list, and the control subjects were left to their own devices.…”
Section: Empirical Evidencementioning
“…Indeed, the earliest studies of elaboration were concerned with the influence of semantic processing on memory and, virtually without exception, demonstrated strong and highly reliable memory advantages for information that was processed through meaningful associations rather than through more superficial means, such as rote rehearsal (Bower & Clark, 1969;Bower & Winzenz, 1970;Craik & Lockhart, 1972;Craik & Tulving, 1975;Hyde & Jenkins, 1973).…”
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“…We know that the degree of structure and organization plays a role in how well material can be remembered (e.g., Bower & Clark, 1969;Bransford & Johnson, 1972;Mandler, 1967); perhaps the eight-year-olds were simply better able to remember the systematic stories during the mapping task. Then the systematicity advantage would tell us nothing about mapping, but only reaffirm the superiority of Development of Analogy 27 organized structures in memory.…”
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