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The effects of retroactive inhibition and contextual interference on learning a motor task

The effects of retroactive inhibition and contextual interference on learning a motor task

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Perceptual-motor learning.,
  • Inhibition.,
  • Learning, Psychology of.,
  • Reaction time.,
  • Short-term memory.,
  • Transfer of training.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Xiaoying Liu.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationvii, 111 leaves
    Number of Pages111
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16902931M

    In a study of retroactive interference, an experimenter used the following procedure for each participant: learn list 1, learn list 2, recall list 1. This procedure for studying RI is questionable because the experimenter: Failed to include a control group that did not perform an interfering interpolated activity. Study PSYCH Study Guide ( Poteat) flashcards from StudyBlue on The role of contextual interference on learning. In category learning, subjects learn Research involving the injection of _____ after training in a step-through inhibitory avoidance task has demonstrated that inhibition is increased suggesting that amygdala.

      Retroactive interference is equally disruptive in human and non-human animals. It is demonstrated in Figure 2 by the similarity of the two forgetting functions on an event axis; on a real-time axis the condition with the brief time between stimuli (inter-stimulus interval, ISI) would appear to decay at about twice the rate of the long ISI Cited by: Types of learning vary according to the context and subject matter to be learned, but a complex task such as language learning involves every one of Gagné's (pbegin) types of learning-from simple signal learning to problem solving. Gagné ( ) identified eight types of learning.

    This characteristic of motor learning, called transfer of training, is very conspicuous in motor skills. Rote verbal learning. As was mentioned at the outset of this article, one of the earliest forms of learning to receive scientific study was verbal learning, which Ebbinghaus began to investigate in . The conclusion that emerges from this review is that the strategic self-regulation of memory is possible. The possibility of successful self-regulation flows naturally from the point of view that memory is a skilled activity as well as a mental storehouse, and from the reasonable assumption that people can acquire and perfect cognitive as well.


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The effects of retroactive inhibition and contextual interference on learning a motor task. [Xiaoying Liu] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create. Practice schedule is the focus of the contextual interference effect (CIE) which is a learning phenomenon where interference during practice is beneficial to motor skill learning.

The Interference theory is a theory regarding human erence occurs in is the notion that memories encoded in long-term memory (LTM) are forgotten, and cannot be retrieved into short-term memory (STM).

This is because of either memory interfering, or hampering, one another. There is an immense number of encoded memories within the storage of LTM. Whether we wish to call the detrimental influence on later recall retroactive inhibition or plain reproductive inhibition depends entirely on whether the original learning is actually weakened as such at the time of the interpolated activity or whether it is a matter of confusion and blocking in the actual recall’ (p).Cited by:   Positive effects of variable practice conditions on subsequent motor memory consolidation and generalization are widely accepted and described as.

the task exceeded the working memory capacity of all but the youngest subjects B. tapping interfered more with the letter scanning task than the sentence task C. response times for the imagery task were slowed much more by pointing than were the times for the sentence task. Although primarily studied with motor skill learning task, contextual interference was originally reported in a verbal paired associates task (Battig,) and has been observed in other non-motor tasks (e.g., Carlson et al., ).

The benefits of mixed-item blocks are apparent only some period of time after practice, indicating that. Proactive Interference occurs when in any given context, past memories inhibit an individual’s full potential to retain new memories. It has been hypothesized that forgetting from working memory would be non-existent if not for proactive interference.

[5] A real life example of Proactive Interference is if a person had the same credit card number for a number of years and memorized that. Hence the retrieval context could only cue a more Forgetting due to retroactive interference general memory of the task itself.

While such memory may compete for retrieval with the to-be- retained material to some extent, the experimenter’s request for the participant to recall the previous word list should provide stronger retrieval cues Cited by: Your learning of new information interferes with your ability to recall old information.

Backward acting. A memory problem that happens when recently learned information prevents the recall of old memories. For this, new information gets in the way of old information and prevents the recall of old information. Also called retroactive inhibition.

Introduction. Practice plays an important role in the learning of any skill, but particularly motor skills, as the acquisition of skilled motor performance typically requires several years of sustained practice (Ericsson, Krampe, & Tesch-Romer, ).It follows, therefore, that a long line of research in the motor learning domain has been dedicated to the facilitation and optimization of Cited by: 3.

Apparently, memory for the A-D items from the second list interferes with memory for the A-B items from the first list. This phenomenon is known as retroactive inhibition, or RI, because the inhibition of one memory by another acts backward in time.

Note, however, that. Memory reactivation alleviates or reverses performance disruptions resulting from natural causes. As first described by Spear and Parsons (), memory reactivation can improve retention affected by spontaneous changes of performance such as long-term forgetting.

As is the case with experimental amnesia, pharmacological treatments can. Retroactive Interference. Retroactive interference occurs when newly learned information interferes with the encoding or recall of previously learned information.

If a participant was asked to recall a list of words, and was then immediately presented with new information, it. Education: PhD, The Rockefeller University, Research interests: Memory and cognitive processes, especially training, long-term retention, reading, short-term memory, psycholinguistics, and political decision-making.

Professor Healy received her Ph.D. in psychology from The Rockefeller University in She was Assistant Professor and then Associate Professor in the Department of.

Korsakoff syndrome (KS) is a neurological state mostly caused by alcohol-dependence and leading to disproportionate episodic memory deficits. KS patients present more severe anterograde amnesia than Alcohol-Dependent Subjects (ADS), which led to the continuum hypothesis postulating a progressive increase in brain and cognitive damages during the evolution from ADS to by: This review of human motor skills is historical and critical, and starts about years ago.

Three historical periods are identified. The main topics are knowledge of results, distribution of practice, transfer of training, retention, and individual differences in motor learning. Basic research is emphasized, but applied research is included by: proactive and retroactive interference in STM when the learning and interfering materials were acoustically similar.

The evidence thus shows that both pro-active and retroactive interference occur in STM and that this interference is the major cause of STM forgetting. Any simple decay (Reitman, ) that remains does not seem to be of much Cited by: Fear memory is the best-studied form of memory.

It was thoroughly investigated in the past 60 years mostly using two classical conditioning procedures (contextual fear conditioning and fear conditioning to a tone) and one instrumental procedure (one-trial inhibitory avoidance). Spontaneous recovery is a phenomenon of learning and memory that was first named and described by Ivan Pavlov in his studies of classical (Pavlovian) conditioning.

In that context, it refer s to the re-emergence of a previously extinguished conditioned response after a delay. Such a recovery of "lost" behaviors can be observed within a variety of domains, and the recovery of lost human.

This is the essential reference work for any student studying psychology for the first time. Packed with easy-to-understand definitions and helpful diagrams, the new edition has been expanded to include the key concepts within the growing field of neuroscience, as well as greater coverage of positive psychology.Study PSYCH Study Guide ( Joy-gaba) flashcards from StudyBlue on StudyBlue.The present review examined the relationship between conditions of massed practice and spaced practice with respect to task performance.

A meta-analysis of 63 studies with effect sizes yielded an overall mean weighted effect size ofindicating that individuals in spaced practice conditions performed significantly higher than those in massed practice by: