Presentation Title

The Influence of Part-Set Cuing on Procedural Memory

Student Presenter(s) and Advisor

Sushmeena A. Parihar, Lake Forest CollegeFollow

Location

Lillard Lobby

Abstract

The research project explored the influence of part-set cuing on procedural memory. Participants viewed videos of a person making 12 movements. On some trials, the video was accompanied by verbal labels for the movements, whereas on the remaining trials were viewed in silence. Participants then were asked to reproduce the movements from each video either in the presence of cues (pictures of the first, fifth, and ninths movements) or without cues. Results and implications will be discussed.

Presentation Type

Poster

Start Date

4-10-2018 1:00 PM

End Date

4-10-2018 2:15 PM

Panel

Poster Presentations

Panel Moderator

Nilam Shah

Field of Study for Presentation

Psychology, Neuroscience

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The Influence of Part-Set Cuing on Procedural Memory

Lillard Lobby

The research project explored the influence of part-set cuing on procedural memory. Participants viewed videos of a person making 12 movements. On some trials, the video was accompanied by verbal labels for the movements, whereas on the remaining trials were viewed in silence. Participants then were asked to reproduce the movements from each video either in the presence of cues (pictures of the first, fifth, and ninths movements) or without cues. Results and implications will be discussed.