Note-Taking and Memory in Laboratory Settings
Laboratory report for the course Introduction to Psychology at the University of the Sunshine Coast, involving note-taking strategies and their relation to recall.
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This study explores the relationship between note-taking and memory in laboratory settings using the levels of processing theory as a theoretical framework. The hypothesis of the study is that the participants that use the traditional methods of note-taking are in no way weak in memory than the typed group. The t-test was statistically significant, with the handwritten group demonstrating better memory than the typed group.