Levels of Processing

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  • Levels of Processing
    • Phonetic- processing information about what something sounds like.
    • Structural-processing  information about what things look like.
      • Shallowest form of information processing and is likely to result in the least material being remembered.
    • Evaluation
      • Strength- Practical application. Education.
      • strength- experimental evidence. Craik and Tulving.
      • Strength- support. Brain scans.
      • Weakness- Other factors affect remembering. Reber et al- Emotion.
  • Semantic- processing information about what something means.
    • Levels of Processing
      • Phonetic- processing information about what something sounds like.
      • Structural-processing  information about what things look like.
        • Shallowest form of information processing and is likely to result in the least material being remembered.
      • Evaluation
        • Strength- Practical application. Education.
        • strength- experimental evidence. Craik and Tulving.
        • Strength- support. Brain scans.
        • Weakness- Other factors affect remembering. Reber et al- Emotion.
    • Deepest processing, that involves the most cognitive work, material is likely to be best remembered.

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