2 edition of Variables influencing the effectiveness of reactivation treatments found in the catalog.
Variables influencing the effectiveness of reactivation treatments
Jean Marie Hamberg
Written in English
|Statement||by Jean Marie Hamberg.|
|Series||[Ph. D. theses / State University of New York at Binghamton -- no. 356, Ph. D. theses (State University of New York at Binghamton) -- no. 356.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 225 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||225|
Internal validity occurs when a researcher controls all extraneous variables and the only variable influencing the results of a study is the one being manipulated by the researcher. This means that the variable the researcher intended to study is indeed the one affecting the results and not some other, unwanted variables. X = the exposure of a group to an independent variable, treatment, event, the effects of which are to be determined O = the process of observation or measurement of the dependent variable on the test units or group of units R = the random assignment of test units or groups to separate treatments CG = control group EG = experimental group.
Self-report and behavioral measures showed further decreases due to treatment. The time interval differences are tentatively linked to the influence of memory reactivation and state-dependent interference. Discussion addresses the potential impact of these mechanisms on the therapeutic effectiveness of exposure by: 2. Chapter 6 COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO APHASIA THERAPY: AN OVERVIEW Ria De Bleser, Cognitive Neurofinguistics, Potsdam University, Germany Jftrgen Cholewa, Language Pathology, Heidelberg Pedagogical University, Germany APPROACHES TO APHASIA THERAPY The three most widely applied aphasia therapy approaches are the communicative Cited by: 1.
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The present experiment addressed this issue. The influence of client variables on psychotherapy. The authors conclude that adapting psychotherapy in ways reviewed in this book demonstrably improves treatment outcomes and prevents. the influence of RM on performance (Reinartz and Kumar ).
Using Dwyer, Schurr, and Oh’s () seminal article on relationships; Crosby, Evans, and Cowles’s () intro-duction of relationship quality; and Morgan and Hunt’s () key mediating variable theory of RM, most research has conceptualized the effects of RM on outcomes as fully.
Using these types of post-reactivation treatments, human reconsolidation effects have been reported for amygdala-dependent, procedural and episodic memories (for reviews, see Agren,Hupbach et al.,Schiller and Phelps, ).
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