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Testing Effect 2

As in the title

Give details of the experimental design for the first experiment in the second paper 2x3 Mixed factorial Within subjects - restudy vs test Between subjects - final test delay @ 5m, 2days & 7days
How many participants were there in the second study experiment 1 and how old were they? 120 and between 18 & 24
What test material was used? for both experiments? 'Scientific Prose' Teaching English as a foreign language Sea otters and The Sun
Explain more about the within subjects conditions and cycles for the experiment #1 Conditions = SS & ST Cycles - Both x4
Explain more about the between subjects conditions and cycles for the experiment #1 Conditions = 5 min, 2days, 1 week Test x1 - 10 minutes to recall as much of the prose as possible
What distractions were there for the first experiment of the second paper? Multiplication questions 2min between phases
Give details of the experimental design for the second experiment in the second paper 3x2 Between subjects Between subjects 1 - SSSS vs SSST vs STTT Between subjects 2 - Final test @ 5min post vs 7 days
Explain more about the between subjects conditions and cycles for the experiment #2 in the second paper SSSS = Repeated study, SSST = Single study, STTT = Repeated test 30x each prose all conditions
Explain more about the second set of between subjects conditions and cycles from experiment #2 in the second paper 1x test 5min & 7 days Asked also about how interesting, how readable and metacognitive awareness question also
What distractions were there for the second experiment in the second paper? Nothin was identified
What did the results from the second paper first experiment demonstrate? Repeated study improved their recall after 5 min Repeated testing improved their recall in the long term A main effect of retention interval indicative of decay
What did the results from the second paper second experiment demonstrate? SSSS condition highest after 5 minutes SSST group most effective after 1 week
How was the metacognition and how did it compare with that of the first paper? Same results, same outcome, that people who studied a lot over stretched their expectations
What was covered in the discussion for the second paper? That immediate testing produced Bette LT results Study repeatedly produced Bette short term results (the Ebbinghaus curve could be explained this way)
What is transfer appropriate processing and how does it link to neural plasticity? Practice of skills for retrieval during learning Strength of association with meaning Hebbian theory #of retrieval routes in the brain neural plasticity
What were limitations of the second paper? Prose choice might not have matched in difficulty Discrepancy between test length times (comparing 1st experiment and 2nd) Some statistical reporting anomalies - significance stated although not found to be >0.05 = 0.35 & 0.18??
Created by: robhargreaves
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