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I see that Fili Feldman adapted that exercise here with a nice handout to use with it. Our goal at Beyond The Purchase is to: People can learn about how they spend their money and the psychological variables e.
The results we publish from our website wil expand our scientific knowledge about the impact of psychological variables e.
When I have introduced our website to instructors I have told people that it makes a great teaching tool for a few discussion points: Students read 13 common phrases from the English language and stated whether they had used each phrase and whether the meaning of the phrase is positive or negative.
Evaluations of the exercise showed that it is effective for increasing awareness of stereotype usein everyday language. The authors provide suggested topics for class discussion. I have a request for the request line. I was wondering about how others teach about priming, particularly in their Intro classes.
In the past, I have used the example of providing the students with a list of words related to tides without the actual word "tide" and then having them write down what detergent they use after filler tasks.
The example always works - students overwhelmingly report "Tide. I get similar reactions to other priming studies e.
Students just cannot seem to grasp that priming was the mechanism that caused the effect. I'd be curious to know about how others teach this concept and particularly about any in-class demonstrations. Larry White suggests that Nora include a control group who was not primed with tide-related words.
Similarly, Diane Sunar suggests that half the class receive one type of prime and the other half receive a different type of prime.
Then you could compare the results. However, in both cases, the priming words could no longer be presented aurally. But it could still work. Half the class could be given a list of tide-related words on a sheet of paper initially handed to them face down. The other half would get a different list.
For example, in the original DRM false memory studies, one list included bed, rest, awake, tired, dream, wake, snooze, blanket, doze, slumber, snore, nap, peace, yawn, and drowsy.
Either immediately or after a filler task, students could be asked two questions: Then reveal the two lists and find out how students in each group answered the two questions.
Actually, Question 1 will probably work better if you also pick a couple of words on the "sleep" list and a couple of non-sleep-related words that were not on the list. In other words, ask them whether or not the following five words were on their list, and then ask them what detergent they use.
Or, you could spread the demo out over the term, doing the second part when you are ready to talk about priming. I just love the "clean spirit" priming studies in which a below-threshold cleaning smell in a room primed participants to give more cleaning-related responses.
Earlier in the term you could have students perform the word completion task in Experiment 1 of the cleaning study. Then, later in the term, after spraying a faint cleaning smell in the room before students arrive! The differences in the above study were quite large between the experimental and control conditions, so you might find such an effect.
Or, you can try the task in Experiment 2.L'Estrange v F Graucob Ltd  2 KB is a leading English contract law case on the incorporation of terms into a contract by signature.
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