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Some considerations on the principles of the Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning for instructional video design for the elderly

José Henrique Oliveira de Muñoz, Patrick Letouze
2022 Research, Society and Development  
The starting point is evident, a lack of careful design, and in that scenario, the Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning may play a significant role.  ...  that redundancy in instructional videos for the elderly should be investigated considering their specificities.  ...  Synchronizing: Present narration and corresponding animation simultaneously to minimize need to hold representations in memory.  ... 
doi:10.33448/rsd-v11i10.32333 fatcat:pjnljhy6xzbrbccfgero25vidq

The Computerised Manchester Child Attachment Story Task: a novel medium for assessing attachment patterns

Helen Minnis, Warren Read, Brenda Connolly, Amanda Burston, Tanja-Sabine Schumm, Suren Putter-Lareman, Jonathan Green
2010 International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research  
We have developed a computerized version of the MCAST (the CMCAST) with the aim of producing an instrument which can deliver replicable assessments of attachment and could be used in large populations.  ...  The MCAST is quite an expensive instrument to administer as it requires the input of trained administrators.  ...  This will of course require replication in future studies.  ... 
doi:10.1002/mpr.324 pmid:20799262 fatcat:if4qizffhnbs7nde3wikgln3au

Unique contributions of eye-tracking research to the study of learning with graphics

Richard E. Mayer
2010 Learning and Instruction  
The author examines the empirical, methodological, theoretical, and practical contributions of the six studies in this special issue on eye tracking as a tool to study and enhance multimedia learning.  ...  The studies reported in this special issue add to the evidence base on how people learn and think with graphics.  ...  and narration than from animation and onscreen text (Mayer, 2009) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.learninstruc.2009.02.012 fatcat:eph3c34qujfklo6s2mowdyp4ma

Parameters of Narrative Perspectivization: The Narrator

Sonja Zeman
2020 Open Library of Humanities  
Acknowledgements I would like to thank the editors and three anonymous reviewers for their insightful comments and valuable suggestions that considerably helped to shape the paper in its present form.  ...  The asymmetry between narrator and character lets us assume that not every viewpoint indicator is valid for both character and (every kind of) narrator.  ...  P-2: Perspectivization presupposes an animate subject. P-3: Perspectivization requires an origin of perspective.  ... 
doi:10.16995/olh.502 fatcat:5uc76grhmvb67egythtt6qs2qa

Learning with animation and illusions of understanding

Eugene S. Paik, Gregory Schraw
2013 Journal of Educational Psychology  
This experiment controlled for confounds found in prior animation effect studies: navigational control, content segmentation, narration modality, and delivery media.  ...  In addition, the experiment tested the illusion of understanding hypothesis as a causal mechanism for the negative influence of motion animation on learning based on three predictions: With motion animation  ...  Some believe that in the end it's our character and not power, fame, or any accomplishment that will leave an enduring mark the canvas of time.  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0030281 fatcat:pnxoenmxwvhvnnuzl5kjalt2ma

Cognitive and affective effects of seductive details in multimedia learning

Babette Park, Terri Flowerday, Roland Brünken
2015 Computers in Human Behavior  
The present study integrates cognitive and affective aspects of media processing in order to make an argument for reexamining the current cold cognition perspective in multimedia research in favor of a  ...  A direct detrimental effect of seductive details on learning performance under the text-condition and an indirect compensatory effect under the narration-condition were shown.  ...  Acknowledgements This research was supported by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (01PL12057).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2014.10.061 fatcat:gdjijn4ribgyhgrjzlxb37sldi

A Systematic Characterization of Cognitive Techniques for Learning from Textual and Pictorial Representations

Rolf Ploetzner, Richard Lowe, Sabine Schlag
2013 Journal of Education and Learning  
In this paper we propose a systematic characterization of cognitive learning techniques that is founded on both theoretical and empirical research.  ...  Pictorial representations can play a pivotal role in both printed and digital learning material.  ...  www.ccsenet.org/jel Journal of Education and Learning Vol. 2, No. 2; 2013  ... 
doi:10.5539/jel.v2n2p78 fatcat:yv65kdcrpbdbdof7xxcc2fcjym

ENHANCING STUDENTS' CORRESPONDING REASONING OF COGNITIVE PERFORMANCES BY ANIMATED CONCEPT MAPPING IN ELECTROCHEMISTRY

King-Dow Su
2018 Journal of Baltic Science Education  
Analytical results reveal that ACM facilitates learning comparisons and out-performances in two groups of students in different post-test and retention-test scores.  ...  The use of animated concept mapping (ACM) has been linked to an innovative learning skill when conducting students' guidance of 4 corresponding reasoning processes in electrochemistry.  ...  Acknowledgements A short but sincere thank must also be given to the patronage of the Ministry of Science and Technology, MOST in Taiwan  ... 
doi:10.33225/jbse/18.17.662 fatcat:jyqym6j5orapbkue3hxo5nevvy

Does animation enhance learning? A meta-analysis

Sandra Berney, Mireille Bétrancourt
2016 Computers & Education  
A total of 50 papers were considered, and consecutively 61 primary studies (N ¼ 7036), yielding 140 pair-wise comparisons of animated vs. static graphic visualizations in multimedia instructional material  ...  A systematic search was conducted for experimental studies comparing the impact of animated vs. static graphics displays in the context of knowledge acquisition.  ...  A detailed analysis of the 140 pair-wise comparisons showed that animations were superior to static graphic displays in 43 comparisons (30.7%), whereas 14 (10%) were in favor of static illustrations, and  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2016.06.005 fatcat:sygwbtjdbffwjiufy7sm4ibdcm

Original article Identifying indicators of defensive activity in narration about important interpersonal relations

Emilia Soroko
2014 Current Issues in Personality Psychology  
In the paper I propose processual -situational understanding of defensiveness, and its measurement based on coding system.  ...  Preliminary results on link between personality traits and defensiveness in people's narratives are presented as well.  ...  In empirical research where qualitative data, such as autobiographical narration of interviewees, are analysed, researchers face the issue of validity of information obtained through interviews.  ... 
doi:10.5114/cipp.2014.46231 fatcat:nnwajtdnc5cw7id3doyblcbbfy

THE USE OF VIDEO NARRATION TO DEVELOP SOFT SKILLS IN INITIAL TEACHER TRAINING

Cinzia Ferranti, Marina De Rossi
2020 Italian Journal of Educational Technology  
When narration turns into video narration, video production and artefact building processes can promote the development of soft skills, to be improved during the academic path and put into practice in  ...  The narrative dimension allows us to understand reality and to organize knowledge in a hermeneutical and open way.  ...  They were considered suitable for the type of group activity and production of video narration required.  ... 
doi:10.17471/2499-4324/1162 doaj:74b3bca9c8024530a34748abbfcefaba fatcat:x4h6a6btpzh7nm6vl5jnrkp56q

Comparison of dynamic visuals to other presentation formats when learning social science topics in an online setting

Selen Turkay
2022 Australasian Journal of Educational Technology  
Despite the widespread use of whiteboard animations in both academic and informal settings, little evidence exists about their efficacy and impact on learner experiences, especially in non-STEM fields  ...  In a randomised experiment, Amazon Mechanical Turk participants (N = 299) viewed one of two social science lectures in one of four instructional formats: whiteboard animations, narrated slides, on-stage  ...  There is a distinct lack of empirical studies on the effectiveness of different types of instructional materials in social sciences, and when and how animations are effective in these contexts (Berney  ... 
doi:10.14742/ajet.7639 fatcat:puy3xirtyzc57odfqmlgqxatbm

Beyond Functional Aspects of Reading Literacy: Theoretical Structure and Empirical Validity of Literary Literacy

Volker Frederking, Sofie Henschel, Christel Meier, Thorsten Roick, Dickhäuser Petra Stanat
2012 L1-Educational Studies in Language and Literature  
More generally, the project resulted in a reliable and valid measure of a theory-based construct of literary literacy which can be used in student assessments as well as in studies exploring the teaching  ...  This paper presents the theoretical framework, challenges of item design and empirical results from an interdisciplinary research project which was designed to analyze a central aspect of literary literacy  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The research reported in this paper is funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) in the Priority Programme "Models of Competencies for Assessment of Individual Learning Outcomes and  ... 
doi:10.17239/l1esll-2012.01.02 fatcat:fauzjahl7jfepeawssazcxy7ee

A comparison of three measures of cognitive load: Evidence for separable measures of intrinsic, extraneous, and germane load

Krista E. DeLeeuw, Richard E. Mayer
2008 Journal of Educational Psychology  
Results are consistent with a triarchic theory of cognitive load in which different aspects of cognitive load may be tapped by different measures of cognitive load.  ...  In 2 experiments, 155 college students (ages ϭ 17 to 22; 49 men and 106 women) with low domain knowledge learned from a multimedia lesson on electric motors.  ...  animation, narration, and on-screen text; nonredundant presentation has concurrent animation and narration.  ... 
doi:10.1037/0022-0663.100.1.223 fatcat:655qxhw5iveyrkugdkpg3hrbua

Patterns of comparison: Compatible and clashing similes in a contemporary Hungarian novel

Gábor Simon
2020 Zenodo  
In this study, I investigate similes in the language of the narrator of a contemporary Hungarian novel applying the theoretical perspective of cognitive linguistics and the methods of corpus stylistics  ...  Consequently, one of the main strategies of the narration is to modify the process of construing analogical meaning expected by the reader.  ...  Research in usage-based construction grammar) and the Thematic Excellence Program of ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3907344 fatcat:ijfvs26bg5gaph3n6mlpwyinte
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