This paper discusses the effects of the relatedness and order in which words are presented on a person’s ability to solve anagrams. One of the hypotheses was that it would be easier to recall anagrams if they were related and presented in the same order as the study sheet. The other was that a person would more easily recall words if they are related rather than unrelated. Forty-eight participants were recruited and asked to complete two of four anagrams tests. The results of a one-way MANOVA examining the effect of consistency of item order did not reveal statistically significant results. The results of a paired t-test comparing the participants’ performance on the related and unrelated lists revealed that there was significance.
Castrellon, Dana; Ozaki, Mai; and Staley, Sarah
"The Effects of Relatedness and Order of Anagrams on the Ability to Recall,"
Undergraduate Psychology Research Methods Journal: Vol. 1
, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.lindenwood.edu/psych_journals/vol1/iss6/4
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