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ERIC Number: ED110479
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1974
Pages: 7
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Differential Imagery Ratings Using Nouns, QMI, Prose and Induced Encoding Strategy.
Boutwell, Richard C.
Three known methodological approaches were investigated as to their within-test correlative support in the measurement of a phenomena called imagery. Based on these methodologies, repeated dichotomization of subjects into high and low visualizers was significantly consistent. Moreover, self-reported ratings of imagery vividness of prose were significantly correlated to posttest performance. The prose posttest scores for this induced encoding treatment were superior to the placebo. Theoretical questions dealing with Aptitude by Treatment Interaction (ATI) and mental elaboration, i.e., imagery, as an individualized encoding strategy were discussed. (Author/BJG)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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