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OK job overall in terms of what you have complete, but there are many sections of this paper that need quite a bit of work still, especially your Introduction, Results and Discussion. Same goes for the Table and Figure (message me on Remind if you need help with these)! Please review the feedback below and take the time to correct them for your Lab #3 Official submission.
Title Page:
For your title, make sure to include BOTH the IVs and the DV (make up your own title…you CAN be creative here)!
Abstract (need the bulk of text covering the overall experiment in summary format):
Add a sentence describing how rehearsal (e.g. in the case of studying for an exam) might increase one’s capacity to recall information.
After describing the levels of processing idea and how rehearsal may play a role, make a mention of what we did (1 – 2 sentence summary of Method), and the overall result (e.g. what we found briefly). This should NOT be a prediction in this section, but the actual findings of the experiment.
To clarify, the rehearsal effect interacted with levels of processing in that it seemed to improve recall for the structural condition versus phonemic condition.
The word “Keywords” should be in italics. This should also be indented.
Introduction (needs some work still):
Some of this was addressed, some not: I would suggest breaking this up into three or more paragraphs using transitions to separate: (1) the general concept of what learning memory is and your interpretation of the idea of how that information is processed (e.g. your interpretation of levels of processing), (2) the background, theory and rationale of the idea of the levels of processing framework for memory research (e.g. summarizing the Craik and Lockhart (1972) article), (3) briefly review what we did for Lab #2 and the overall result as a means to provide further support for the concept of levels of processing, making sure to CITE your Lab #2 in the process, (4) incorporate any of your other peer-reviewed articles in order to provide a more clear background for WHY we conducted the current study as a class, making sure to tie in the concept of rehearsal In learning and memory as well as provide some rationale for why rehearsal may play a role in levels of processing, (5) a lead-in to the purpose of the experiment that we did as a class, a brief summary of what was done, and the hypothesis/expected result, once again making sure to include the prediction for rehearsal (as well as for levels of processing and the interaction).
VERY BRIEFLY (1 – 2 sentences) define each of the three levels of processing) near the beginning of this section.
When incorporating Lab #2, I would suggest first describing briefly what was done (e.g. taking the two online surveys in which three types of questions were worded to reflect structural, phonemic, and semantic learning…you could briefly describe these conditions as well) before you go about summarizing the overall result.
Make sure to cite your Lab #2 properly. To cite your Lab #2: Your Last Name (2022) found…. OR (2) Parenthetical: Our previous study reported… (Your Last Name, 2022).
***Try to incorporate the other articles relating to REHEARSAL in the Introduction more effectively! You did not capture the rationale or background for including the rehearsal condition in this Introduction (it is necessary here!!!)***
Add (or more effectively describe) a BRIEF description of the current study as it relates to your expected result.
In terms of your hypothesis, what were the THREE predicted effects exactly? Did we predict that as the levels of processing got deeper (e.g. from structural to phonemic to semantic) that the number of words recalled would increase? What about the predicted effect for rehearsal and the interaction effect? Make sure to add these into your predictions at the end of the Introduction.
Participants: There were actually 24 participants in total (20 females and four males), since you were split into two equal groups of n = 12.
Experimental Design (add this): The ABBA counterbalancing (which differed from the ABCCBA counterbalancing) was for the answers to each questions (e.g. True/False/False/True) in order to equalize the True/False responses per exercise. Make sure to note that A:True and B: False.
Experimental Design: Make sure to include the SAMPLING method (e.g. convenience sampling)!
Procedure (revise and edit this): This should all be in the PAST tense (we already did this study a month ago)! Avoid writing in list format. Make sure to PARAPHRASE this much more relative to that seen in teh handout!
Data Analysis: This section shoudl also be written in the PAST tense!
Results (needs work…write everything out in paragraph format):
Here is a suggested organization for the Results: (1) start with your overall content statement about the general trends in the data, (2) then, mention the descriptive statistics (with your Table reference – this should include the M’s and SD’s for all six conditions), (3) include the overall statement of significance and inferential analysis for the ANOVA for ALL THREE effects (the F-statistic, p-value, and partial eta-squared), and (4) end with the post-hoc test (test of simple main effects), making sure to include a statement as to the fact that the linear increase in recall as levels of processing became deeper was found WITHOUT rehearsal only. This effect was not observed WITH rehearsal, as noted from the lack of significance between the structural and phonemic conditions (include the mean difference, t-value, and p-value for this comparison; Structural vs. Phonemic = -.083, t (11) = -1.000, p > .05 (p = .339).
Please include a more effective overall content statement at the beginning of this section about the general trends in the data. What was the overall pattern in terms of the average number of words recalled across the both levels of processing and rehearsal conditions?
Make sure to reference BOTH the table and figure. You can reference the Figure with your overall content statement at the beginning of the Results (where you mention the overall trend in the data). You can reference the Table when you write out the Descriptive Statistics.
A good analysis, but not written in APA format correctly. Try to write the Means and SEM using the appropriate notation (e.g. “The average number of words recalled without rehearsal differed between the structural (M = 3.79, SEM = .25), phonemic (M = 4.71, SEM = .23) and semantic (M = 5.54, SEM = .11) conditions. The pattern of effects for levels of processing with rehearsal marginally differed between the structural (M = 4.83, SEM = .250) and phonemic (M = 4.92, SEM = .20) conditions as well as for the semantic (M = 5.67, SEM = .11) condition.
Make sure to reference BOTH the table and figure. You can reference the Figure with your overall content statement at the beginning of the Results (where you mention the overall trend in the data). You can reference the Table when you write out the Descriptive Statistics.
Overall F-test (make sure to fix this – see below to clarification): Please state the inferential statistics in APA format (as you have it, but within the same sentence you mention significance; e.g. The 3 x 2 mixed model ANOVA revealed a significant difference in the mean number of words recalled across the level of processing conditions; F (2,44) = 51.518, p .05 (p = .339)
Discussion (still needs work!)
Some of this was addressed, some not. It could also be re-organized to fit with this general format: I would suggest breaking this up into three or more paragraphs using transitions to separate: (1) restate the purpose of the study with the overall summary/interpretation of the effect of levels of processing and rehearsal on word recall (e.g. the linear increase in recall as the level of processing became deeper without rehearsal, but NOT with rehearsal), (2) compare and contrast our overall results with those of Craik and Lockhart (1972) as well as any other articles that you wish to review – these can be the same or different articles that you reviewed in the Introduction, (3) try to use at least one of your articles in order to compare and contrast specifically the rehearsal effect that was observed in our experiment (or tie in another article that also found a rehearsal effect), and (4) the shortcomings/limitations/future directions and concluding statement . It just makes for more concise read.
In terms of the research question and findings: Write what you think they mean in plain English.
To clarify: Rehearsal affected the average number of words recalled as a function of levels of processing, in particular, in had the greatest effect in the structural condition.
***Try to weave in the articles more effectively into the implications of the current findings. Do our findings add to the literature? How do they compare to these other studies? Describe these aspects. This especially in terms of what other studies have found in relation to how rehearsal affects learning and memory!***
You should mention and discuss more effectively any limitations/shortcomings and improvements for future research.
I would suggest ending with a concluding statement about how the effect we observed might apply to a general or real-world setting, for example, in order to help wrap-up the discussion.

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