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Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Rowe (2003) demonstrated that auditory and/or visual input alone was not sufficient for normal adults on a novel procedural task involving the construction of a novel object using origami craft. The 21 male participants between the ages of 18 and 21 attended Michigan State University. Participants learned an origami task under one of three input conditions: auditory verbal instructions only, auditory verbal plus visual demonstration only, and auditory verbal, visual demonstartion and tactually-meditated or "hands-on" input. Participant learning was assessed immediately after completion of the initial instructions for the origami task and after a 20-minute time interval. Participants were judged on their ability to non-verbally reproduce the origami task and their ability to verbally describe the procedures for doing the task.











Rowe (2003) demonstrated that auditory and/or visual input alone was not sufficient for normal adults on a novel procedural task involving the construction of a novel object using origami craft. The 21 male participants between the ages of 18 and 21 attended Michigan State University. Participants learned an origami task under one of three input conditions: auditory verbal instructions only, auditory verbal plus visual demonstration only, and auditory verbal, visual demonstration and tactually-meditated or "hands-on" input. Participant learning was assessed immediately after completion of the initial instructions for the origami task and after a 20-minute time interval. Participants were judged on their ability to non-verbally reproduce the origami task and their ability to verbally describe the procedures for doing the task.









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