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연세대학교, NYUAD, HKU, HKUST, McGill, UoT, UBC에 모두 합격했습니다. May 2019시험을 친 후 현재 연세대학교 재학중이며…
본 문서는 2019 Psychology HL Internal Assessment입니다. Research Question은 To what extent does individual’s interpretation of language affect his or her eyewitness memory? 이며 아마 심리학을 듣는 많은 학생들이 선택하는 주제로 알고있습니다. 완벽하게 하였으며 흠이 없는 에쎄이로 7점을 받았습니다. 보기쉬운 그래프들과 정확한 실험결과들, 그리고 합당한 evaluation과 analysis로 보면서 참고하시면 많은 도움이 될것같습니다.
Cognitive psychology is one of the three main branches in psychology which deals with mental processes and memory in particular has been a popular field of research. Human memory is of a reconstructive nature and details are either added or omitted while recalling the memory. Researches suggest that memory may be influenced by multiple factors, the most evident being schema.
An underpinning of this paper resides in the concept of the term schema. Schemas are cognitive frameworks of an individual’s experiences and knowledges about the world. The Schema Theory is crucial to understand the reconstructive memory and the reliability of eyewitness testimony. This theory was tested by Bartlett in his 1932 study of ‘War of The Ghosts’ in which he suggested that ambiguous and incomplete memories are reconstructed based on individual’s schemas (Bartlett, 1932).
Eyewitness testimony is a legal term referring to a statement or an account given by an eyewitness who was at the scene. Number of studies were conducted to verify the accuracy of the eyewitness reports. In studies carried out by Allport and Postman, the role of racial stereotypes in eyewitness memory was examined and identified (Allport & Postman, 1945; Allport & Postman, 1947). Treadway and McCloskey claim that observers’ misinterpretation of the situation based upon their stereotypes may lead to erroneous eyewitness reports (Treadway & McCloskey, 1989)…
- 총 페이지수: 35 pages
- 과목: Psychology
- 주제: To what extent does individual’s interpretation of language affect his or her eyewitness memory?
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Psychology HL IA (May 2019)