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Author Durm, John ♦ Dunn, John
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Abstract memory than person .42 . This is because we don't really know the nature of the relationship between the psychological construct of memory and (one of its measures), recall. The failure to understand the relationship between psychological measures, such as recall, and psychological constructs, such as memory, has had surprisingly little effect on research and practice. Responses to the problem fall into three main classes. The first and most popular response is to ignore the problem entirely. This rams out to be relatively effective since much psychological research is framed in terms of hypothesis testing. Researchers, interested in finding effects, generally want to know whether the value of a measure under one set of conditions, or in one group of subjects, is greater or less than its value under another set of conditions, or in another group of subjects. Such a goal places relatively mild demands on the nature of the relationship between construct and measure. In general, all tha
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