It is well documented that a common underlying characteristic of these learning strategies is the generation effect
(Bertsch, Pesta, Wiscott & McDaniel, 2007).
Recently, however, notable differences in political predisposition and voting patterns between the young and the old brought the old debates about the generation effect
to the front.
No significant generation effect
was found for social status (p = .553), leisure and freedom (p = .295), or relationship reward (p = .732).
Chief Inspector and officer-in-charge of Tsholotsho Police Station, Muyambirwa Muzzah told the Chronicle that the cyanide poisoning of animals triggers the fourth generation effect
, "What they were doing is very cruel because it does not end with the death of the elephants," he said.
The modeling of this heat generation effect
They believe that the employment generation effect
of the ecozone will also serve to preserve the forests, which are now being exploited because of lack of livelihood opportunities in the lowland.
This method of presentation of the material makes use of a broad conceptualization of the generation effect
(see Bertsch, Pesta, Wiscott, & McDaniel, 2007, for a review/meta analysis).
Similar slops zero at the late times represent that heat generation effect
Cognitive operations and the generation effect
. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 15(4), 669-675.
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The generation effect
is not an artifact: Generating makes words distinctive.
As is usually the case when considering age, one is faced with considerations of a cohort versus generation effect
. It is reasonable to assume that older Americans have functional or rational reasons for embracing religion, given that they have seen more of life's frustrations and sorrows, and that they are nearing life's endpoint of death.