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CLOA (cognitive level of analysis) principles + studies.

Studies   Bartlett (1932) | Loftus and Palmer (1974) | Cole and Scriber (1974)

Flashcards I made to review for my IB psych exam.

side note: all of my flashcard posts are going to follow the same structure. What the learning outcome is + how to answer it + all the relevant studies you need to answer the learning outcome.

Nulli se dicit mulier mea nubere malle
quam mihi, non si se Iuppiter ipse petat.
Dicit: sed mulier cupido quod dicit amanti,
in vento et rapida scribere oportet aqua.
— 

Catullus – Carmen LXX

Dice la mia signora che di nessuno vorrebbe essere
se non di me, quand'anche Giove stesso la domandasse.
Dice: ma ciò che ad un amante in delirio dice una donna
scriverlo conviene nel vento e nell'acqua che fugge.

WAIT HANG ON

This totally just reminded me that I wrote the beginning of another response to the prompt that fueled “(yeah just like me) she was a victim of the night” and I went hunting it down and I realized that I wrote way more of it than I remembered doing so I think I’m just gonna edit that some and throw it out there is that okay?

Well, it's time to put my conundrum to a vote...

In retrospect, I should not be allowed to start anything new until I finish something. I’m terrible at finishing things and need to learn some self-control. So, in an effort to do this, I’m picking ONE story to work on. Just one. Until it’s finished. I’ve got it narrowed down to Kingdom Come, which can be found at fanfiction.net here, or Bested Thrice which can be found here,

So, shipmates, what say you?

EDIT: Please feel free to invade my ask/submit with your opinion, or reblog this and let me know your answer.