Levels of processing activity

IB Psychology: Levels of processing activity

This activity serves as a demonstration of the Level of Processing theory of memory by Craik & Lockhart (1972). The theory basically argues that when information is processed it can be processed at varying levels of depth. Deep processing refers to fully analyzing information in terms of its meaning and importance. Shallow processing refers to processing information only in terms of its surface structure.The theory goes...


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