Article: Working Memory Components Article Review by Write Fine

Article: Working Memory Components
Reviews the research reported by Ronald T.Kellogg in the article 'Working Memory Components in Written Sentence Generation', which appeared in the "American Journal of Psychology".
# 112363 | 1,175 words | 1 source | MLA | 2009 | US
Published on Feb 22, 2009 in Psychology (Theory) , Psychology (Memory) , Research Designs (General)

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This paper reviews the research methodology of a study described in an article from the "American Journal of Psychology" by Ronald T.Kellogg, 'Working Memory Components in Written Sentence Generation. The paper explains that Kellogg designed his study to evaluate if planning conceptual representations and linguistically encoding them into words and sentences depends on working memory. The paper explains the two phases of the project, which concluded that a heavy load on working memory impacted students' sentence generation skills. The paper then describes a second study that will be modeled after Kellogg's study and will look at how a heavy load" on working memory impacted students' mathematical skills.

Table of Contents:
Experiment II Purpose
Experiment II Method
Experiment II: Significance

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Kellogg, Ronald T. "Working Memory Components in Written Sentence Generation." The American Journal of Psychology. 117.3 (2004): 341-361.

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