Readers' selective recall of source features as a function of claim discrepancy and task demands



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Autor:
Saux, Gastón
Ros, Christine
Britt, Anne M.
Stadtler, Marc
Burin, Débora
Rouet, Jean-François

Título: Readers' selective recall of source features as a function of claim discrepancy and task demands


Taylor & Francis

Palabras clave:
PSICOLOGIA
MEMORIA
COMPRENSION
RECUPERACION DE INFORMACION
FUENTES DE INFORMACION

Postprint del documento publicado en Discourse Processes, 55(5-6), 2017

ISSN 0163-853X (impreso)

ISSN 1532-6950 (online)

Disponibilidad: Acceso abierto. 18 meses de embargo

Cita: Saux, G., Ros, C., Britt, A. M., Stadtler, M., Burin, D. I, y Rouet, J. (2017). Readers' selective recall of source features as a function of claim discrepancy and task demands [en línea]. Postprint del documento publicado en Discourse Processes, 55(5-6). doi: 10.1080/0163853X.2018.1463722 Disponible en: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/0163853X.2018.1463722 Registro disponible en: http://bibliotecadigital.uca.edu.ar/greenstone/cgi-bin/library.cgi?a=d&c=investigacion&d=readers-selective-recall-source [Fecha de consulta: ….]

Descripción: Abstract: In two experiments, undergraduate students read short texts containing two embedded sources that could either agree or disagree with each other. Participants’ memory for the sources’ identity (i.e., occupation) and features (i.e., the source's access to knowledge and the source’s physical appearance) was examined as a function of the consistency of their assertions. In Experiment 1 (N = 64), sources were described with only one feature (knowledge or appearance), whereas in Experiment 2 (N = 62), each source was described with both features. Experiment 1 additionally tested the influence of two different tasks during reading (an evaluation of sources’ knowledgeability vs. an evaluation of sources’ age). Consistent with our predictions, knowledge evaluations (Experiment 1) and discrepant claims (Experiments 1 and 2) enhanced memory for sources and their features. Experiment 2 also showed that when both types of features were available, discrepant claims selectively benefited memory for a source’s knowledgeability over appearance.

Fil: Saux, Gastón. Universidad Católica Argentina. Research Centre on Psychology and Education; Argentina

Fil: Saux, Gastón. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas; Argentina

Fil: Ros, Christine. University of Poitiers. Research Centre on Cognition and Learning; Francia

Fil: Britt, Anne M. Northern Illinois University. Department of Psychology; Estados Unidos

Fil: Stadtler, Marc. Ruhr University. Institute for Educational Science; Alemania

Fil: Burin, Débora. Universidad Católica Argentina. Research Centre on Psychology and Education; Argentina

Fil: Burin, Débora. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas; Argentina

Fil: Rouet, Jean-François. University of Poitiers. Research Centre on Cognition and Learning; Francia
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