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ERIC Number: EJ161589
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1977
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Recognition Memory for Statements from a Classroom Lecture
Kintsch, Walter; Bates, Elizabeth
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory, 3, 2, 150-59, Mar 77
Considers whether students will remember only the meaning of a lecture or the meaning plus the actual words used and if there is a difference in the amount of memory for various types of statements. In particular, are topic statements remembered better than mere illustrative material and is there preferential memory for extraneous statements (e.g., jokes, announcements) embedded in a lecture? (Author/RK)
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