Fulcher Geis, Mary

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Memory and organizational processes in children of high and average intellectual ability 1978 110 The purpose of the present study was to investigate organizational processes in the free recall of children having average and high intelligence test scores. If existing IQ tests are in some way assessing individual differences in basic cognitive pro...
Congruity and elaboration in children's and adults' free and cued recall 1976 110 Experiments with adult subjects have shown that congruity among the elements of an encoded event provides a better basis for free and cued recall of the elements than does incongruity (Craik & Tulving, 1975; Schulman, 1974). In addition, the degree o...
Elaboration propensity and formal operational ability 1978 123 Propensity for elaboration has been hypothesized by Rohwer (1976) to account for age and individual differences in performance on paired-associate tasks. Elaboration propensity refers to the spontaneous association of two members of a pair by creatio...
Formal operations and organizational memory strategies in bright adolescents 1977 159 The present research was designed to test the hypothesis that individual differences in organizational memory strategies are associated with formal and non-formal status as defined by Fiaget. It was predicted that (a) both formal and non-formal adole...