Effects of memory strategies training on vocabulary at upper-intermediate level

Büyükyenerel, İpek


Effects of Internal, External and Preference of Attentional Focus Feedback Instructions on Learning Soccer "Head Kick"
Micoogullari, Blent Okan; Kirazcı, Sadettin; Altunsoz, Omur Serdal (2012-01-01)
The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of different types of feedback on learning soccer "head kick" of female adolescent. Novices performed head kick during two practice days [one week apart) for two weeks using either internal or external preference attentional focusing instructions. There was also a preference group who choosen their feedback type themselves. Internal focus feedback related with body movements, whereas external focus feedback related with movement effects. The subjects (N=6...
Effects of visual, verbal, visual + verbal feedback on learning of dribbling and lay-up skill
Akinci, Yasin; Kirazcı, Sadettin (2020-01-01)
© 2020 Montenegrin Sports Academy. All rights reserved.The purpose of this study is to examine how different feedback conditions affect learning skills. Two-task dribbling, continuous skill, and lay-up discrete skill of basketball were selected, and participants were randomly grouped and assigned to verbal, visual + verbal, and visual feedback groups. Two experts evaluated the performances of the participants. First, a pre-test was applied to form the groups, then a day later subjects performed both task 15...
Kirazcı, Sadettin (2013-01-01)
My purpose in this study was to examine the effect of verbal and visual feedback on an anticipation-timing task during a series of acquisition and retention trials. Participants were 48 high school students who were randomly assigned to visual-visual, visual-verbal, verbal-visual, and verbal-verbal conditions. I used a Bassin Anticipation Timer to measure coincidence-anticipation timing. Absolute error and variable error were calculated for 4 blocks of 10 trials in the acquisition phases, and 2 blocks of 10...
Effects of joint action and nature of task setting on time perception
Usal, Kerem Alp; Hohenberger, Annette Edeltraud; Department of Cognitive Sciences (2016)
In this paper we study the effect of social condition on prospective time estimation: do we perceive temporal durations differently long when we perform a task (i) alone, (ii) with a collaborative, or (iii) with a competitive partner? Within the Attentional Gate Model (Block & Zakay, 2006), we argue that joint settings require more attentional resources than the single setting, leaving less resources for time estimation. Therefore, we expect that (i) temporal durations are more underestimated in the joint c...
Effects of instructions based on cognitive bridging and cognitive conflict on 9th grade students‘ understanding of force and motion, epistemological beliefs, and self-efficacy
Yaman, İbrahim; Özdemir, Ömer Faruk; Department of Secondary Science and Mathematics Education (2013)
The aim of this study is to compare the effects of the instructions based on cognitive bridging and cognitive conflict approaches and gender on 9th grade students‘ conceptual understanding of force and motion, self-efficacy, and epistemological beliefs. The study was conducted with a sample of 206 students in two different schools. The instructional method (traditional, cognitive conflict, and cognitive bridging) and students‘ gender were used as independent variables in a 3x2 factorial design. Within this ...
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İ. Büyükyenerel, “Effects of memory strategies training on vocabulary at upper-intermediate level,” Middle East Technical University, 1999.