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Category norms for verbal items in 56 categories a replication and extension of the Connecticut category norms by William F. Battig

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Published by American Psychological Association in [Washington] .
Written in English

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Statementby William F. Battig and William E. Montague.
SeriesJournal of experimental psychology monograph ;, v. 80, no. 3, pt. 2
ContributionsMontague, William E., joint author.
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LC ClassificationsBF311 .B37
The Physical Object
Pagination46 p. ;
Number of Pages46
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4946213M
LC Control Number76373985

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Battig, W.F. and Montague, W.E. () Category Norms for Verbal Items in 56 Categories Replication and Extension of Connecticut Category Norms. Journal of . Battig, W. F., & Montague, W. E. Category norms for verbal items in 56 categories: A replication and extension of the Connecticut category norms. Journal of Experimental Psychology Monograph, ,80, 1– Article; Google ScholarCited by: Category norms of verbal items in 56 categories A replication and extension of the Connecticut category norms William F. Battig & William E. Montague Journal of Experimental Psychology 80 Cited by: Battig W F & Montague W E. Category norms for verbal items in 56 categories: a replication and extension of the Connecticut category norms. J. Exp. Psychol. Monograph Suppl. No. 3, Part 2, Subject: Commentary by: Battig William F. Current Contents: #4, Janu Created Date: 2/15/ AMFile Size: 91KB.

Category norms for verbal items in 25 categories for children in Grades 2–6. Behavior Research Methods, Nov Carla J. Posnansky. Carla J. Posnansky. Three hundred and seventy-five children in Grades 2, 3, 4, and 6 were asked to generate instances of 25 different categories within a time period of 1 min per category. Data were tallied so Cited by: Montague norms (hereafter, the ‘‘ norms’’), we added 14 new categories. These new categories are subdivided into general purpose, ad-hoc, and domain-relevant, and they are presented in Table 1. Second, response latencies were also collected, another criterion by which researchers can select and differentiate by: The development of category norms representing American adults' responses to 56 verbal categories (Battig and Montague, ) provided researchers with . Relationships among goodness-of-example, category norms, and word frequency is item dominance in category norms; when subjects are asked to list instances of a category, given only the W. E. Category norms for verbal items in 56 categories: A replication and extension of the Connecticut category norms. Journal o/Experimental Psychology Cited by:

BatMon II: Children's category norms for 33 categories Article (PDF Available) in Behavior Research Methods 38(3) September with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'. Category norms for verbal items in 56 categories: A replication and extension of the Connecticut category norms. Journal of Experimental Psychology Cited by: An earlier version of the paper was presented at the International Neuropsychological Society Meeting, New Orleans, REFERENCES 1. BATTIG, W. F. and MONTAGUE, W. E. Category norms for verbal items in 56 categories: A replication and extension of the Connecticut category norms. J. exp. Psychol. Monoyr. 80, , by: Assessed the effectiveness of 2 types of retrieval cues using 80 2nd and 80 6th graders. After a single presentation of a list of words, Ss first recalled as many of the words as they could. Following free recall, Ss were given either conceptual (category names for words on the input list) or acoustic (words that rhymed with words on the list) retrieval cues for the words missed in Cited by: 7.