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Complex Visual-Spatial Reproduction and Recall: Effects of Individual Differences and Information Processing Strategy Instructions
Feijo, Alana M. (2009)
 

Title 
Complex Visual-Spatial Reproduction and Recall: Effects of Individual Differences and Information Processing Strategy Instructions

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Issue Date
2009-10-07

Type
Presentation

Abstract
This project has two AIMS: (1) To examine the effects of personality traits on copy and recall measures of the Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure (ROCF) Test. For example, does perfectionism influence the amount of time that individuals take in the copying portion of the ROCF? (2) To examine if performance accuracy on the ROCF is differentially affected by information processing strategy instructions that encourage participants to use relatively more analytic/controlled vs. nonanalytic/intuitive thinking, or to try to use both modes of thinking.

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Description
Additional contributor: Wilma Koutstaal (faculty mentor)

Sponsorship
This research was supported by the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP).

Suggested Citation
Feijo, Alana M.. (2009). Complex Visual-Spatial Reproduction and Recall: Effects of Individual Differences and Information Processing Strategy Instructions. Retrieved from the University of Minnesota Digital Conservancy, http://purl.umn.edu/58959.


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