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relation of retroactive effect to the degree of similarity.

Nai Yi Cheng

relation of retroactive effect to the degree of similarity.

by Nai Yi Cheng

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Published in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Inhibition,
  • Similarity (Psychology)

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF337.R4 C5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination12 l.
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4922543M
    LC Control Number76255544

    Similarity Involving Attributes and Relations Fig. 1. Sample stimulus: T, the standard, is attributionally similar to A because they both have a checkered circle. B does not contain this attributional similarity to T ; instead, B has a matching relation, "same-shading," with T. large), and orientation (e.g., upward pointing). John Gottman believes that the longevity of a relationship depends on: a. The amount of passion measured in the relationship during the first six months of marriage. b. The fact that a couple does not have premarital sex. c. That a couple maintains a five to one ratio of positive interactions to negative interactions. d.

      Moreover, if outcome similarity modulates retroactive interference between cues trained apart, then a certain degree of interference should also be observed in group SO as compared to group DO. METHOD Participants and Apparatus. The participants were one hundred and fifty students from Deusto University, who volunteered for the study. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.

    Request Information about Courses in International Relations A stunningly beautiful city, Vienna occupies a unique position at the crossroads between east and west, north and south, long making the city a central meeting place for trade and . These include the basic results concerning retroactive inhibition, proactive inhibition, spontaneous recovery, independence of List 1 and List 2 recall, Osgood's transfer and retroaction surface, simple forgetting functions, the use of recognition measures, and the relation between response accuracy and response latency.


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Relation of retroactive effect to the degree of similarity by Nai Yi Cheng Download PDF EPUB FB2

He goes on to theorise that as the interpolated material decreases in degree of similarity so do the reinforcement factors while the interfering factors increase. This would occur until interference reaches a maximum, after which interference by: A.

Aron, G. Lewandowski, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 3 Theoretical Perspectives on Attraction. The most influential theory in the early period of studying attraction, put forward by Byrne () in relation to his large and successful research program on perceived similarity effects, is based on classical learning theory approaches: we.

Retroactive inhibition is the negative effect of an activity following memorization on the retention of the material memorized. If memorization is followed by some other activity, recall of the material may not be as complete as when the memorization is followed by : A.

Smirnov. Maximal interference is maintained as response similarity decreases. Using stimulus conditions which were held constant and responses which were varied in magnitude, the relationship between the similarity of responses and both retroactive facilitation and interference was by: 2.

Learning new material may retroactively interfere with memory for older material. Retroactive interference research has typically focused on how similarity between old and new material affects recall of old material, which predicts greatest interference when similar material is presented just before test.

Retroactive Interference 1 Abstract The aim of the present study was to test whether retroactive interference (RI) effects might occur in anatomical learning using a virtual learning environment, in order to give recommendations for adapting such an environment to the needs and capacities of its users to minimize possible negative RI Size: KB.

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Correlates of Perceived Similarity []. Although I predict that relationship partners will perceive similarity in their relationship on several dimensions (e.g., attitudes and beliefs, communication styles), and will perceive more similarity currently than for the period when their relationship began, there is still likely to be variation among couples in perceived similarity, at both periods Cited by: 3.

All i need to do is compare two documents and give a number as a result. The number should depict the degree of similarity (Similar documents will have a larger number) I want an effective means to perform this process. (The similarity is not measured only on the basics of the similar words, but the context must be taken into consideration too.).

When people search for targets within rapid streams of images, irrelevant emotional distractors*relative to neutral distractors*spontaneously demand attention and impair subsequent target detection, an effect that can be likened to an emotion-induced.

Outcome similarity modulates retroactive interference between cues trained apart Oskar Pineño*1 and Helena Matute** *University of Seville, Sevilla, Spain **University of Deusto, Bilbao, Spain Retroactive interference between cues trained apart has been regarded as an effect that occurs because the target and interfering associations share aCited by: 3.

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Similar to the Dismissive-Avoidant Style, pushes people away and have few genuinely close relationships. As mentioned earlier, most people have various degrees of. Similarity-Attraction Effect Definition The similarity-attraction effect refers to the widespread tendency of people to be attracted to others who are similar to themselves in important respects.

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The retroactive effect of conditional obligations in Tax Law The provisions of the Income Tax Act We have seen that the retroactive effects of civil law conditional obligations extend to a number of matters, including the moment ownership is transferred pursuant to a sale.

The prospective application of judicial decisions, on the other hand, is inconsistent with the nature of the adjudicative function. This Subpart will also consider and reject a "remedial" approach to prospectivity, whereby prospective results may be achieved in cases purporting to apply rules retroactively through the application of "remedial.asymmetric similarities; and the effects of context on similarity.

All three prob-lems concern changes in similarity induced, respectively, by the formulation of the task (as judgment of similarity or as judgment of difference), the direction of comparison, and the effective context(i.e., the set of objects under considera-tion).Editorial team.

General Editors: David Bourget (Western Ontario) David Chalmers (ANU, NYU) Area Editors: David Bourget Gwen Bradford.