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Presentation Title

The combined effects of collaborative and part-set cuing inhibition

Student Presenter(s) and Advisor

Carliann Pentz '13Follow

Location

Library 205

Abstract

Collaborative inhibition occurs when a group performs worse on a recall task than a nominal group (combined individual scores). Part-set cuing inhibition occurs when recall is impaired by the presence of cues. Despite their similar explanations, they have yet to be studied together. The present study consists of three experiments that explored the joint effects of collaboration (or not) and cuing (or not). The overall goal is to determine whether the two phenomena are independent from one another and whether existing explanations are sufficient.

Presentation Type

Individual Presentation

Start Date

4-9-2013 10:20 AM

End Date

4-9-2013 10:40 AM

Panel

Panel: Memory, Meaning and Choice

Panel Moderator

Jean-Luc Garneau

Field of Study for Presentation

Psychology

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The combined effects of collaborative and part-set cuing inhibition

Library 205

Collaborative inhibition occurs when a group performs worse on a recall task than a nominal group (combined individual scores). Part-set cuing inhibition occurs when recall is impaired by the presence of cues. Despite their similar explanations, they have yet to be studied together. The present study consists of three experiments that explored the joint effects of collaboration (or not) and cuing (or not). The overall goal is to determine whether the two phenomena are independent from one another and whether existing explanations are sufficient.