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The Levels of Processing and Memory for Verbal Material

Examine the levels of processing and memory for verbal material, including a discussion of distinctiveness and elaboration.

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1. Examine the levels of processing and memory for verbal material, including a discussion of distinctiveness and elaboration.

There are three levels at which verbal information can be processed:
? Structural - attention towards what words look like (shallow level)
? Phonetic - processing the sound of words (intermediate level)
? Semantic - considering the meaning of words (deep level).

The level at which a stimulus is processed depends on the word's nature and the available time for processing to ...

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Examines the levels of processing and memory for verbal material, including a discussion of distinctiveness and elaboration. Supplemented with two extra resources on various concepts, such as the depth of processing, elaboration, distinctiveness and memory.

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