3 edition of Immediate effects of interpolated rest periods on learning performance. found in the catalog.
Immediate effects of interpolated rest periods on learning performance.
John Robert Gentry
|Statement||New York, Bureau of Publications, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1940.|
|LC Classifications||LB1076 .G45 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 57 p.|
|Number of Pages||57|
|LC Control Number||78176803|
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Immediate and retention effects of interpolated rest periods on learning performance. New York, Bureau of Publications, Teachers College, Columbia University, (OCoLC) Immediate effects of interpolated rest periods on learning performance.
New York: Bureau of Publications, Teachers College, Columbia University, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors /. emotionalized attitudes. Concerned with learning, conduct, and character. GENTRY, JOHN ROBERT.
Immediate Effects of Interpolated Rest Periods on Learning Performance. Teachers College Contributions to Education, No. New York: Teachers College, Columbia University, Pp. vi+ An experimental study on distribution of practice. Gentry, J. Immediate effects of interpolated rest periods on learning performance.
Teachers College Contributions to Education,vi + Gibson, E. A systematic application of the concepts of generalization and differentiation to verbal learning. Psychological Review, 47(3), –Cited by: Interpolated activities during the knowledge-of- results delay and post-knowledge-of-results interval: Effects on performance and learning.
J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn –, 7) Brooks LR.:Author: Yukari Ohashi, Hisao Osada. Immediate and Retention Effects of Interpolated Rest Periods on Learning Performance Epstein, Bertram Published by NY: Columbia University ().
This study investigated the effects of degree of IL learning on the retention of the responses in paired-associate learning. There were eight groups formed from the factorial arrangement of two retention intervals (immediate and 24 h) and of four levels of number of IL trials (0, 2, 4, and 6).
The results showed that in the immediate-recall condition response recall Author: Ernest H. Lemay. no effect on immediate performance. However, the ar guments ofboth Slamecka and McElree and Slamecka and Katsaiti predicted that rate of forgetting after the first couple ofdays would be the same for groups receiving criterion learning and groups receiving one study trial (ex cluding the effects of the interpolated tests).Cited by: point interpolated average precision The standard measure in the early TREC competitions: you take the precision at 11 levels of recall varying from 0 to 1 by tenths of the documents, using interpolation (the value for 0 is always interpolated!), and average them Evaluates performance at all recall levels Sec.
National University of. The effects of rest intervals on jumping performance: A meta-analysis on post-activation potentiation studies ANDRE´ LUIZ GOUVEˆA, IGOR ALEXANDRE FERNANDES, EURICO PEIXOTO CE´SAR. Interpolated memory tests reduce mind wandering and improve learning of online lectures Article (PDF Available) in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (16).
yOURNAL OF VERBAL LEARNING AND VERBAL BA~AVIOR 4, () Response Availability and Conditions of Interpolated Practice1 GEOFFREY KEPPEL AND BEA SCHWARTZ University o/ California, Berkeley, California This experiment tested the hypothesis that facilitation in retention following distributed practice (DP) of the last in a series of A-B, A-C lists is the Cited by: 4.
Define interpolated. interpolated synonyms, interpolated pronunciation, interpolated translation, English dictionary definition of interpolated. interpolated, interpolating, interpolates v. To insert or introduce between other elements or parts. To insert into a text.
JOURNAL OF VERBAL LEARNING AND VERBAL BEHAVIOR 5, () Measurement of Retention of Interpolated Activity in Short-Term Memory1 BENNET B.
MURDOCK, JR.2 University o] Missouri, Columbia, Missouri The present experiment was conducted to determine if the compensatory primacy- recency changes characteristic of the first few trials with paired Cited by: 9.
INFLUENCE OF REGULARLY INTERPOLATED TIME INTERVALS UPON SUBSEQUENT LEARNING, Teacher's College, Columbia University Contibutions to Education, No. on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
INFLUENCE OF REGULARLY INTERPOLATED TIME INTERVALS UPON SUBSEQUENT LEARNING, Teacher's College, Manufacturer: Bureau of Publications, Teacher's College, Columbia Univ. The terms Temporal and Spatial are used almost exclusively to talk about interpolation in After Effects (or the way in which After Effects will process data in-between keyframes).
However, the two are very different in the way they work. When you interpolate words into a text, you alter the text by adding words in. If you’re describing your favorite novelist's work, you might interpolate a. interpolated testing can help to overcome the occurrence of pro-active interference (i.e., when previously learned material inter-feres with the learning of new material) in the context of an A B, A D paired associate learning paradigm via an integration-based mechanism.
Specifically, the act of testing A B pairs (e.g., knee. The Impact of Training Loads on In-Match Soccer Performance Variables: A Position-Based Case Report by Garett Bingham It is critical to maintain multiple fitness characteristics during the soccer season through the use of training, but also to ensure that the training loads do not hinder subsequent match performance.
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We study the conditions of learning by manipulating various aspects of the situation and observing the effects these may have on the subject's behavior at a later time.McGeoch and Nolen () provided the following definition of transfer theory: ‘The theory holds that the decrement in measurable retention which follows interpolated learning occurs because of a confusion between the original and interpolated materials, a confusion which results from the transfer of parts or aspects of one to the other’ (p Cited by: interpolate definition: 1.
to add something in the middle of a text, piece of music, etc.: 2. to add a number or item into. Learn more.