von Restorff, Hedwig

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von Restorff,

Hedwig, German psychologist.
von Restorff effect - memory process theory.
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Affirmed.<br />A17-1433 In re Maltreatment Determination of Restorff (Minn.
von Restorff, On the Effect of Field Formations in the Trace Field: Analysis of Processes in the Trace Field, 18 PSYCHOLOGISCHE FORSCHUNG 299, 319 (1933).
In this respect, three interpretations have been formulated; (1) firstly, it has been argued that the consistency effect is just an a general form of the von Restorff effect whereby items which stand out against a background will always be more conspicuous, and therefore more likely to be remembered than items that are similar to each other, (2) items which are inconsistent with our schema expectations are retained longer in one's working memory for longer than consistent items, and such associations can subsequently serve as retrieval cues, (3) finally, the third interpretation holds that the consistency effect results from encoding differences for consistent and inconsistent items or events.
However, we do not know the impact on perceptions of administrators (Towles-Reeves, Kleinert, & Anderman, 2008) and teachers (Kleinert, Kennedy, & Farmer Keams, 1999), impact in classrooms (Restorff & Abery, 2013) or consideration of curriculum (Browder, Flowers, et al., 2002; Lowrey, Drasgow, Renzagila, & Chezan, 2007).
With the Psychological Institute at his fingertips and a journal, Psychologische Forschung, allowing him to expand upon and disseminate his point of view, Kohler and his surrounding group of psychologists--Kurt Lewin (1890-1947), Hedwig von Restorff (1906-1962), and Karl Duncker (1903-1940) to name a few--transformed Gestalt into a bona fide school of psychology (Kohler, 1929).
Second, tell them - creating association and Von Restorff through the middle.
Repetitions, blank trials, and the von Restorff effect in free recall memory.
Flexibility and Work Security in Europe: Labour Markets in Transition, Edward Elgar, (with Claus-Henning von Restorff, Daniel Parent and Anthony C.
From the psychology of learning, the classic Von Restorff Effect predicts that people recall, with little effort, unique aspects of information, while disregarding the rest.