Master's Theses

Date of Award

Summer 1951

Degree Name

Master of Science (MS)

Department

Psychology

Advisor

Dr. Homer B. Reed

Abstract

The general problem of this experiment was to investigate the influence of hints on the formation and retention of concepts . The specific problems were the following: 1. How do specific and non- specific hints influence the amount of effort required to learn and relearn concepts? 2. What is the relation of specific and non-specific hints to the percentage of consistent concepts learned and retained? J. Is the difference in rate of l earning inconsistent and consistent concepts significantly greater in the specific group than the non-specific group? 4. What are the individual differences in the procedure for forming new concepts .

Rights

Copyright 1951 Phyllis Ellis

Library Call Number

LD2652 .T5 P7 E4433 1951

Comments

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