Essay Zone.com - Free essays!
REGISTER NOW!
Login to an existing account
     
GCSE essays
A Level essays
University essays
Forum
Why join?
Essay quality
FAQ

Search forums
About us
Contact us

 

 
Replication of craik and tulving - Levels of Processing Theory Free essay! Download now

Home > A Level > Sociology > Replication of craik and tulving - Levels of Processing Theory

Replication of craik and tulving - Levels of Processing Theory

You can download this essay for free. All you need to do is register and submit at least one of your essays to us.

Or you can purchase this essay for just $2 instantly without registering

Downloads to date: N/A | Words: 700 | Submitted: 09-Nov-2008
Spelling accuracy: N/A | Number of pages: | Filetype: Word .doc

Description

We want to test whether the level of processing affected how well we remember information. By "depth of processing", we mean, the way in which a person thinks about a piece of information, for example, a shallow level of processing of a word would be to skim over a sentence and to understand the sentence without dwelling on the individual word. In this way, we have processed the meaning of the word, but only in order to understand the sentence. A deeper level of processing, on the other hand, would be to look at the word by itself, outside of a sentence, and to think of what the word means; maybe even what other words rhyme with it.

Preview

...
We want to test whether the level of processing affected how well we remember information. By "depth of processing", we mean, the way in which a person thinks about a piece of information, for example, a shallow level of processing of a word would be to skim over a sentence and to understand the sentence without dwelling on the individual word. In this way, we have processed the meaning of the word, but only in order to understand the sentence. A deeper level of processing, on the other hand, would be to look at the word by itself, outside of a sentence, and to think of what the word means; maybe even what other words rhyme with it.

Aim
To test Craik and tulving theory

Design
-Sampling
 our samples are based on opportunity. Anyone that was around us or that we could find, were asked to be participants.

-Population
The population of the participants in our experiment would be 10 people as we thought it would be enough and that it is a good number to work with.

-Method
 This method is in a field setting where the area is an artificial environment setup and is being controlled.

-Research Design
 The research design in this experiment is called the repeated measures, where the same participants are used for the three groups.

-Ethics issues
...

Download this essay in full now!

Just upload at one of your essays to our database and instantly download your selection! Registration takes seconds

Or you can download this essay for $2 immediately without registering


Comments and reviews

Reviews are written by members who have downloaded the essay

No comments yet. If you download the essay you can review it afterwards.