A useful example although not a review that is providing the rationale for a specific experiment as is required in TMA04 cf. Most interestingly to me was that in the third section, only 50 people attempted the middle question question 8 and in the second section, only 61 people attempted the last question question 6. Only the one journal article, which was mercifully short and pretty much just presented evidence of how children are essentialists. The moral turns out to be: I also try to represent the population to highlight whether the study relates to individual differences, developmental, clinical issues etc. The task described below forces you to practice writing in your own words and has the phenomenological flavour of active learning. I was wondering when I would get this TMA back as it is the literature review and research question I will be investigating at residential school in 10 days, and I wanted to know whether I was on the right track.
Breaking down my exam results and of the three questions I answered, I got a 2 Bs and an A. I picked up this approach to writing experimental reports from a presentation at my residential school. The topic this week was concepts, which disappointingly just ended up being theories as to how people form categories and place items within categories. The problem came when trying to narrow these ideas down to a research question. After going back to the drawing board given my initial design problems I came up with rationales for two different experiments. For example, my understanding of the proposed variations to the flanker effect project A1 is that they would shed more light on how much processing takes place prior to selective attention.
Deciding on a research question After going back to the drawing board given my initial design problems I came up with rationales for two different experiments. The written summarising relies on a growing list of abbreviations which I use to write concisely.
I answered question 1, along with 1, other students, and got a B as did another students. After blasting through week 24 on decision making and judgements it was more familiar material for week 25 looking at reasoning.
I might include this chapter as a wild card in my exam strategy since I covered it in detail for my final philosophy essay. Most interestingly to me was that in the third section, only 50 people attempted the middle question question 8 and in the second section, only 61 people attempted the last question question 6. The research question I had chosen was one specifically suggested in the booklet giving all of the various options as something that would be valid reeview worth studying.
That will give me all of September and the first week of October to revise for the exam on 6th October. reveiw
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This is similar to how you get the best effect pushing a child on a swing if you synchronize each push with the top of the arc. One way into this is to find kiterature how it relates to an area of the topic you already know does interest you.
Oh, and different people categorise things differently too. This approach is a work in progress but it seem to be taking me in the right direction.
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A bit of an odd week this one, spread over two days because I had to rview for the arrival of a house-guest and then run around panicking that the logistics that were thought to have been agreed for the Cotswold Way relay on Saturday hit a road bump. Biological Sciences, — Week 24 looked at judgement and decision making and covered a lot of the same ground that I had already studied as part of the rationality sections of my philosophy course.
Finally, I answered question 9 and got an A along with of the other students who also attempted that question. For example, my understanding of the proposed variations to the flanker effect liteature A1 is that they would shed more light on how much processing takes place prior to selective attention. This next example is a re-working of a table towards the bottom of the image I used last year to represent the explanation p for the puzzling findings of the Word Length Effect and the Phonetic Similarity Effect.
This is a literaturw process, but my aim is to only ever do this once! I think there are two approaches to resolving this. I think I will raise it with my tutor now.
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I summarise the section literatuure hand-written and drawn notes. With these little graphics in place, arrows are useful to then relate one study to another.
It also has a number of other benefits.
It was interesting to see how the questions broke down in terms of attempts and marks. Second, in general and particularly with experimental studies I try to come up with a way of representing the whole study graphically.
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I found citation searches using Web of Science useful eeview locating recent studies which cite the essential and related papers provided in the project booklet. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 16 5— The chapter looking at language and thought was heavy on theories as to whether concepts necessary for learning language were innate or learned.
It also gives a structure for the introduction and conclusion.