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serial anticipation method


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A technique for studying verbal learning in which on each trial the learner is provided with a stimulus word and attempts to provide the next word in the list, or, in the case of paired-associate learning, the second member of a pair, and after each response the learner is shown the correct word. Also called the anticipation method.

Subjects: Psychology.


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