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Transfer of hypothesis testing strategy in fault diagnosis
Transfer of training is the degree to which a skill or principle learned in one environment can be applied in another environment. Most research that demonstrates transfer relies on the use of hints or explicit instructions ...
Long-term processing of stimulus dimensions: Does automaticity necessitate configurality?
Perceptual organization is determined partly by the interaction among dimension and features of stimuli entering the perceptual system. Automatization of two dimensions (i.e., the ability to attend to both simultaneously ...
The measurement of complex knowledge development
The current research was designed to study knowledge development while minimizing methodological problems common to research in that area. First, a procedural network methodology compatible with one commonly used to study ...
Publicly expressed confidence ratings in computer-mediated-communication
It has been hypothesized that social influence processes are altered in computer-mediated-communication (CMC) due to the lack on non-verbal information available across a computer. In these three studies, confidence ratings ...
Computer knowledge representation of users of command language-based interfaces and graphical user interfaces
An exploratory study was conducted with users of a command-based system, MS-DOS, and the Graphical User Interfaces (GUI) of the Apple Macintosh. It was hypothesized that command-based interfaces and GUIs differ in the ease ...
Semantic interference effects: Automatic spreading activation or comparison processes
Previous research has provided evidence that semantic information significantly influences processing in short-term memory (Jensen, 1987; Shulman, 1970, 1972). This study examined semantically related and associated ...