Geis, Mary

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Developmental changes in mnemonic organization in children 1975 5 The conclusion that organization is fundamental and necessary for recall performance has often been made by researchers who tested adult subjects. However, developmental studies in which category clustering and subjective organization were used as me...
Complementary and similarity encoding : developmental trends and the relationship to adult recall 1975 21 Potential age differences in encoding strategies and their effects on memory performance were investigated in two related experiments. Underlying these investigations was Underwood's (1969) hypothesis that the internal memory for an event may be conc...
Congruity of semantic and acoustic encoding in children's memory 1976 36 The present study was a replication and extension of the Hall and Geis (1976) study. Two experiments were conducted in which first and fifth graders were presented word lists in an incidental memory paradigm. Qualitatively different encoding operatio...
Developmental changes in information input preference 1977 23 Recent memory literature has demonstrated that children younger than about 6 years consistently perform more poorly with verbal material than with non-verbal (visual) material. Four-year-olds were less proficient at recognizing material presented ver...