The Comparison of Recognition Memory and Spatial visualization Based on Peterson mental maze in Students with High and Low Information Processing Speed
ObjectiveThe present study aimed to compare recognition memory and spatial visualisation based on Peterson mental maze in students with high and low information processing speed.
MethodThe present study was a causal-comparative approach. The statistical population of the study included male students of Urmia University in the academic year 2015- 16 based on the final distribution of Z-scores (Z ± 25/1) in the Stroop questionnaire. 140 students were selected as samples using random cluster sampling and answered to Wechsler's recognition memory and Peterson's mental maze tests. Obtained data were studied by Box, levene and kolmogorow- smirnov's tests and analysed by using multivariate analysis of variance.
ResultsThe findings of multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) showed that the recognition memory mean of the high processing speed group was high compared to the low data processing speed group and their Peterson's mental maze errors were low and conversely. the recognition memory mean of the low processing speed group was low and their Peterson's mental maze errors were high.
Conclusionrecognition memory and spatial visualization of the sample group affected by processing speed and Students with high data processing speed enjoy a higher capability in this regard.
Biquarterly Journal of Cognitive Strategies in Learning, Volume:7 Issue:12, 2019
109 - 125
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