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ERIC Number: EJ142352
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1976
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The Recall of Concrete and Abstract Sentences as a Function of Interpolated Task
Davies, Graham; Proctor, John
British Journal of Psychology, 67 pt1, 63-72, Feb 76
Begg & Paivio (1969) have proposed that while sentences dealing with abstract matters are normally coded in verbal terms, those concerned with concrete events are internalized as imagery. In two experiments, subjects observed both types of sentence prior to carrying out a distractor task which involved either verbal or perceptual coding. (Editor)
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