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34 Environmental Acquisition of inductive Bi-conditional Reasoning Skills : Training of simultaneous &Sequential processing.

34 Environmental Acquisition of inductive Bi-conditional Reasoning Skills : Training of simultaneous &Sequential processing.

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Title: 34 Environmental Acquisition of inductive Bi-conditional Reasoning Skills : Training of simultaneous &Sequential processing.
Author: ElZubeir, Zeinab
Abstract: One hundred forty-four second-university students( Bio-medical engineering &Electronic engineering, University of Medical science and Technology(UMST) ) received training on one of three processing methods : coding-mapping (simultaneous), coding only, or decision tree(sequential) .Then they learned a bi-conditional rule under one of eight transfer test conditions based on a 2 ( paradigm: rule Vs complete learning) x (memory aids: 0 Vs 4)x2 ( focus instance: presence Vs absence ) design. Although the coding-mapping students processed concept instances in much the same way as the coding only students ,they acquired the target rule more frequently & they processed instances more quickly &more consistence than the decision –tree students . The observed ordinal of the responses of four truth-table classes was found to be more consistent with the simultaneity than with the sequential hypothesis .As expected training interacted with paradigm & also with memory aids & focus instance . The induced simultaneous processing strategy apparently works optimally under rule learning ,while the sequential strategy is difficult to induce &-or not optimal for rule- environmental learning operations
Description: This paper had been presented for promtion at the university of khartoum to get the full text please contact the other Dr.z.zeinab@hotmail.com
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/6650
Date: 2006


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