小橋 昭彦 2006年8月9日

While earlier pilot studies had indicated that individuals use a variety of strategies to help them memorize new information, the following four strategies were the main strategies used by participants in this study, according to Kirchhoff, including:
1) A visual inspection strategy in which participants carefully studied the visual appearance of objects.
2) A verbal elaboration ? or word-based strategy ? in which individuals constructed sentences about the objects to remember them.
3) A mental imagery strategy in which participants formed interactive mental images of the objects ? similar to animated cartoons.
4) A memory retrieval strategy in which they thought about the meaning of the objects and/or personal memories associated with the objects.

脳のはたらきから解明。視覚的な戦略と、言葉の上の戦略。これらをたくみに組み合わせて。

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