In an Experiment Testing the Idea of Transfer-Appropriate Processing,morris,bransford,and Franks

Question 28
Multiple Choice

In an experiment testing the idea of transfer-appropriate processing,Morris,Bransford,and Franks (1977)had subjects encode words either semantically or phonologically.The results of their experiment were that A)semantically encoded words were remembered best in both types of recognition tests. A)semantically encoded words were remembered best in the free recall test. B)phonologically encoded words were remembered better than semantically encoded words in the standard recognition test. C)phonologically encoded words were remembered better than semantically encoded words in the rhyme recognition test.