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Tamás Tompa Medical University of South Carolina ME Preventív Medicina Tanszék; Department of Neuroscience Charleston South Carolina USA

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Vizsgálatunk célja az emlékezeti előhívás során aktiválódó asszociatív és stratégiavezérelt folyamatok (Shing és mtsai, 2010) mechanizmusainak feltárása volt perceptuális forrásmonitorozási paradigma segítségével. E kérdést fejlődési kontextusba helyezve óvodás korú, kisiskolás és felnőtt személyek teljesítményét hasonlítottuk össze egy emlékezeti feladatban. A hétköznapi színűk alapján kongruens, inkongruens és neutrális képeket alakítottunk ki és mutattunk be incidentális tanulási helyzetben, majd azt kértük a vizsgálati személyektől, hogy emlékezzenek arra, milyen színű volt a tesztfázisban újra bemutatott, ezúttal fekete-fehér kép. Hipotézisünk alapján azt vártuk, hogy különbség mutatkozik a csoportok között az inkongruens és neutrális képek helyes színére való emlékezésben, azonban nem feltétlenül találunk különbséget a kongruens színű képek színének felidézésekor, elsősorban a már gyermekkorban aktívnak és érettnek mutatkozó asszociatív folyamatoknak köszönhetően. Eltérést találtunk a kongruens és inkongruens képekre való emlékezésben, illetve az inkongruens képek színében elkövetett hibák mintázatában. Eredményeink megerősítették hipotézisünket, mely szerint a gyermekek előhívási profilját a már érett, felnőttekhez hasonló, univerzális tudásra építő asszociatív folyamatok és az éretlen, gátlási mechanizmusokat is tartalmazó stratégiavezérelt folyamatok jellemzik.

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