Cue Dependency Theory - Evaluation

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  • Cue-Dependency Evaluation
    • Mystkowski
      • Caffeine --> no caffeine
        • Scared of spiders
      • Caffeine --> Caffieine
        • Not scared of spiders
    • Jerabek and Standing
      • Context reinstatement
        • Students did better in exams if they imagined they were in the room they were taught in
    • Duka
      • With/Without alcohol
        • same condition for learning and recall
          • Better recall
    • Baker
      • Short term
        • little difference in recall
      • Long term
        • gum --> gum
          • 11 out of 15
        • gum --> no gum
          • 7 out of 15
        • No gum --> gum
        • no gum --> no gum
        • Better recall when chewing gum when encoding
    • Cassaday
      • Better recall when in the same state of arousal when learning and recalling
        • Especially when relax
    • Distinctive and Emotionally charged events
      • Cannot explain
    • Happy Memories
      • Cannot explain
    • 'Tip of the tongue' Phenomenon
      • No cue to remember it
        • Later date when have the cue you remember it
    • Application: Eye Witness Testimony
      • Reconstructions to give person cues to access information
  • Cannot explain

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