Psychology junior writes about study on perceptual fluency
Posted: June 19, 2012
Psychology juniorKatrina Kennedy has had a feature article published in "Student Pulse", an online academic student journal. Katrina was interested in the development of learning programs to enhance students' capacity for grasping material at an earlier age. Running an experiment on a pool of undergraduate students enrolled in Statistics & Research Design (PSY 418) classes, she hoped to measure a student's "perceptual fluency", that is, the ease with which one processes information, by examining the effects of processing and sensory systems.
Read "The Effects of Processing and Sensory Systems on Perceptual Fluency"