4 more “Hard to Find” classic studies expertly dissected by Dr Julia Russell. As with the previous post, each classic study is examined in terms of 5 areas – Aims, Procedure, Findings, Conclusion and Comments – and also includes questions, activities and resources related to the study.
Carmichael, Hogan and Walter (1932) An experimental study of the effect of language on the reproduction of visually perceived form.
Godden and Baddeley (1975) Context-dependent memory in two natural environments.
Peterson and Peterson (1959) Short-term retention of individual verbal items
Gibson and Walk (1960) The Visual Cliff.