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The Relationship Between Working Memory and Long-term Memory in Baddeley's Model Schweppe and Rummer state that the multicomponent model Bconceives of working memory as a cognitive system separate from ... Multimedia learning theories rely on findings from different areas of fundamental psychological research. Working memory is undoubtedly a particularly important concept for these theories. ... Multimedia learning theories deviate from the multicomponent model at this point. ...doi:10.1007/s10648-015-9303-9 fatcat:ugmh4oz5pfbfxlwhh3ozzrofva
Results, while supporting a multimedia advantage for learning, demonstrated selective working memory subsystem involvement with different instruction formats. ... Participants learned procedural instructions while undertaking one of a variety of selective interference tasks targeting working memory subcomponents. ... ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank Alexander Field, Kristin Saldarelli, Shana Horak, Julia Green, Alan Manos and Heather Kenney for their diligent assistance in data collection. ...doi:10.1002/acp.1236 fatcat:f2tdopqthjfgxbcd7niebp2thy
Specifically, FDI is typically measured as visuospatial ability and executive functioning in working memory. ... among past studies that use instruments such as GEFT or HFT, and (c) highlight suggestions for future research and application, particularly with contemporary interactive multimedia learning tools. ... Acknowledgments Kent Rittschof thanks Steve Bonham of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and the reviewers of ETR&D for their insightful comments on an early draft. ...doi:10.1007/s11423-008-9093-6 fatcat:tnunpkdbbffi3fbicx6enpigye
development life cycle, and multimedia in special education. ... base elements to consider while developing the game for the mildly-impaired down syndrome individuals, which includes speech recognition technology, cognitive psychology, instructional design models, system ... visuospatial working memory tasks: in two of these are spatial-sequential, and in another two spatial-simultaneous. ...doi:10.30534/ijatcse/2020/337942020 fatcat:hsuapvu4vreg3kxwqockmzhjzq
This article argues that conducting experiments involving the ability to control and even manipulate the cognitive load in working memory (WM; storage and or processing load) should make it possible to ... Visuospatial WM is in addition involved as soon as visuospatial processing is required. ... system generally results in better learning. ...doi:10.1002/acp.1411 fatcat:6clabv6ycbgcjfe64p6qbjb7ce
(U René Descartes, Lab de Psychologie Expérimentale, Boulogne, France) Visuospatial working memory in learning from multimedia systems. ... The involvement of the visuospatial working memory was examined in 36 college students by means of a dual-task paradigm. Results show that pictorial information enhances the learning process. ...
memory in geoscience learning. ... Working memory is a cognitive system that allows for the simultaneous storage and processing of active information. ... Acknowledgment Preparation of this manuscript was supported in part by National Science Foundation grant SBE 10-41707 to the Spatial Intelligence and Learning Center and in part by National Science Foundation ...doi:10.5408/16-209.1 fatcat:4ml54tuchndcrjbvln4tw23u5y
The purpose of this study is to investigate working memory capacity and cognitive load in learning from Goal Based Scenario centered 3D multimedia learning environment (GBSc3DM) designed based on Cognitive ... In the second version (-CLT), however, the principles were violated. 47 11 th grade high school students were selected based on their working memory capacity (WMC). ... Phonological loop and visuospatial sketchpad are two slave system of working memory (Baddeley, 1992) . ...doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2010.03.715 fatcat:bwkd34lhh5glnopixdnkthqovu
This appears not to corroborate the view that the modularity of the working memory always results in a more efficient learning. ... The present study sought to explore the effects of Multimedia Computer-Assisted Language Learning (MCALL) programs drawing on two different text modalities on the vocabulary retention of Iranian EFL learners ... Another property of the working memory germane to multimedia learning is the existence of separate memory modules for different input modalities. ...doi:10.5539/elt.v3n2p30 fatcat:u53un2vrcffaxbmhbnytmjhu64
Architectures that are relevant to multimedia learning include Paivio's dual coding theory, Baddeley's working memory model, Engelkamp's multimodal theory, Sweller's cognitive load theory, Mayer's multimedia ... learning theory, and Nathan's ANIMATE theory. ... Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation. ...doi:10.1207/s15326985ep4102_2 fatcat:abrg5cm6kvd2teohxthptxzzhe
For example, the well-known Baddeley (1986) model of working memory assumes the existence of a central executive that coordinates two slave systems, a visuospatial sketchpad for visuospatial information ... ., spoken text) are processed in different systems that correspond to the visuospatial and phonological subsystems in Baddeley's (1986) working memory model. 54 BRÜNKEN, PLASS, LEUTNER The generative ...doi:10.1207/s15326985ep3801_7 fatcat:fkq5csos75dbrey2woaxdypamu
These active learning processes are more likely to occur when corresponding verbal and pictorial representations are in working memory at the same time. ... Students learn more deeply from animation and narration than from animation and on-screen text, as shown in four studies involving multimedia explanations of lightning formation or how brakes work. ...doi:10.1002/tl.47 fatcat:56wxi2wapnajxjkvg7zx33ak6i
(Department of Psychology and Brain Research Institute, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA) How do memory systems interact? Evidence from human classification learning. ... Learn- ing & Individual Differences, 2005, Vol 15(1), 1-21. —Fluid/spatial intelligence, crystallized intelligence and their relationships to verbal and visuospatial working memory (WM) were studied. ...
in general spatial ability, involving the function of the central executive system, is likely limited. ... Science learning requires visuospatial thinking. Accordingly, spatial ability is regarded as the key to learning science well, but its effects are sometimes not as significant as expected. ... In the human cognitive architecture, working memory is a temporary storage system that maintains and processes currently 'work on' information that is consciously selected not from only the long-term memory ...doi:10.33225/jbse/20.19.50 fatcat:spabpdtubncp5dim3f2vdwlmsm
Current Research Topics Multimedia Learning Environments According to Baddeley (2000) , working memory consists of a central executive and three slave systems, the phonological loop, the visuospatial ... learning from animated, worked examples. ...doi:10.1016/j.chb.2010.05.003 fatcat:hbd7cn3vdvcjvgnj7qxbi4exom
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