Picture mediation in abstract-concrete paired associates
The present study investigated the hypothesis that pictures of abstract-concrete paired associates would serve to make the abstract stimulus member more concrete thereby enhancing the learning process. 60 subjects were equally divided into 6 groups, varying conditions of concreteness and abstractness of the stimulus items and pictures or no picture. The results supported the basic proposition that the picture mediation presented during the learning-testing condition facilitated the learning of the abstract paired associates.
Perceptual and Motor Skills
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Morelli, G. and Schwartz, S., "Picture mediation in abstract-concrete paired associates" (1977). Kean Publications. 2897.