2019 - 22nd Annual Steven Galovich Memorial Student Symposium

Presentation Title

How Does the Number of Cues Influence Part-Set Cueing for Order Memory?

Department or Major

1. Neuroscience & Psychology

2. Psychology

3. Neuroscience & Psychology

4. Neuroscience

5. Neuroscience

6. Neuroscience

7. Psychology & Neuroscience

Location

Lillard Lobby

Abstract

In a typical, episodic, part-set cueing experiment, participants are given information to remember (e.g., 30 words) and then, after little or no delay, they are asked to remember that information either in the presence or absence of part-set cues. In free recall, as the number of cues increases, performance on the remaining items decreases (part-set cueing impairment). In contrast to these findings, preliminary results suggest that performance increases as the number of cues increases when tested with a reconstruction of order task (part-set cueing facilitation). Implications will be discussed.

Presentation Type

Poster

Start Date

4-9-2019 1:00 PM

End Date

4-9-2019 2:15 PM

Panel

Poster Session

Field of Study for Presentation

Neuroscience, Psychology

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Apr 9th, 1:00 PM Apr 9th, 2:15 PM

How Does the Number of Cues Influence Part-Set Cueing for Order Memory?

Lillard Lobby

In a typical, episodic, part-set cueing experiment, participants are given information to remember (e.g., 30 words) and then, after little or no delay, they are asked to remember that information either in the presence or absence of part-set cues. In free recall, as the number of cues increases, performance on the remaining items decreases (part-set cueing impairment). In contrast to these findings, preliminary results suggest that performance increases as the number of cues increases when tested with a reconstruction of order task (part-set cueing facilitation). Implications will be discussed.