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Representational constraints on children's suggestibility.
In a multistage experiment, twelve 4- and 9-year-old children participated in a triad rating task. Their ratings were mapped with multidimensional scaling,from which euclidean distances were computed to operationalize semantic distance between items in target pairs. These children and age-mates then participated in an experiment that employed these target pairs in a story, which was followed by a misinformation manipulation. Analyses linked individual and developmental differences in suggestibility to children's representations of the target items. Semantic proximity was a strong predictor of differences in suggestibility: The closer a suggested distractor was to the original item's representation, the greater was the distractor's suggestive influence. The triad participants' semantic proximity subsequently served as the basis for correctly predicting memory performance in the larger group. Semantic proximity enabled a priori counterintuitive predictions of reverse age-related trends to be confirmed whenever the distance between representations of items in a target pair was greater for younger than for older children.
Psychol Sci. 2007 Jun;18(6):503-9. Ceci SJ, Papierno PB, Kulkofsky S. Department of Human Development, Cornell University, NY 14853, USA. email@example.com
When someone is easily comprehending what they are reading, their brain is able to easily and quickly to answer the two primary questions of understanding: how and why. In fact, they should be quite simple as the brain is designed to suddenly convert perception into meaning. Another factor is that when how and why are answered for dumbly this is done by linking new perceptions with pre-existing patterns of meaning that already been established in the mind. (When I am speaking of the mind there are also direct correlations between the functioning of various parts of the brain and the way the...
Various techniques such as Tai Chi, Yoga, self-hypnosis, and various forms of contemplative care can help people increase their ability to focus and concentrate. The resulting improvements can help athletes, students, surgeons, and others who will greatly benefit. In order to understand how this works, you have to ponder why our day-to-day mental activity makes it hard for us to concentrate.
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Generally, health services involves both the environment in which a person or community lives in the forms of both preventive and curative services available. Normally, when a person considers the topic of health care more interested in the biological manifestations. However, more and more researchers, practitioners, and health services professionals are becoming aware of the cultural and mental health applications when it comes to physical health. Of course, mental health is an integral concern when it comes to health services.
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