UCSD Beliefs about Memory shape inferences from experienced difficulty of recall

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I have some requirements about an article.

  1. Summarize the research study, making sure to explain the hypothesis and the findings.
  2. Explain how the article's findings are connected to the availability heuristic.
  3. Connect the article and the text to romantic relationships - that is, how might the different processes discussed in the article or Chapter 4 influence perceptions in romantic relationships. Identify at least two processes from the text, lecture or article that might color perceptions of a romantic relationship and explain your reasoning.
  4. Extend these ideas: Imagine you are a relationship therapist who wants to improve a couple's impression of their own relationship? Based on the article, what type of activity might you suggest? Make sure to explain your reasoning.

Response papers should be roughly 2 pages in length, displaying evidence of having read the article carefully, accuracy and clarity in explanations and critical thinking to earn full credit.

Here is the article:

http://psy2.ucsd.edu/~pwinkiel/winkielman-schwarz_...

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henryprofessor
School: UT Austin

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According to Winkelman & Scwarz (2001), people's beliefs about how memory
functions an impact their conclusion from experienced difficulty to remember. To justify this
hypothesis, the participants in this study were requested to remember either four childhood
events, which they perceived as an easy task, or twelve childhood events which they understood
to be difficult tasks. They were however made to believe that either or unpleasant experiences do
fade away from people's memories (Winkelman & Scwarz, 2001). When recalling twelve
difficult tasks became challenging, participants who believe that memories of bad encounters in
life do fade away claimed that they had less happy childhoods compared to participants who
thought that memories of good life encounter do fade away. When the recall task was
comfortable, the study recorded an opposite finding...

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Thanks, good work

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