Decomposing Water-Level Responses: Field Effects as Separate Influences

Lohaus A, Thomas H, Kessler T, Gediga G (1996)
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 63(1): 79-102.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
A previous study on water-level task performance using binomial mixture analyses showed that subgroups of subjects could be identified which used different response rules. Some subjects used a bottom parallel rule, others used a random-like rule, and still others used the correct response rule. The present study relates the water-level task performance of these subgroups to field effect influences. Subjects were 604 children and adolescents aged 7 to 15 years who responded to eight water-level and eight rod-and-frame task items. The results show that the water-level response distribution is influenced by the frame of the vessel. These field effects are relatively small if subjects maintain a fixed response rule, and they are large if subjects use a nonfixed random rule. Both field effects and response rules contribute to the behavior of subjects responding to water-level task items.
Erscheinungsjahr
1996
Zeitschriftentitel
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology
Band
63
Ausgabe
1
Seite(n)
79-102
ISSN
0022-0965
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2919970

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Lohaus A, Thomas H, Kessler T, Gediga G. Decomposing Water-Level Responses: Field Effects as Separate Influences. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 1996;63(1):79-102.
Lohaus, A., Thomas, H., Kessler, T., & Gediga, G. (1996). Decomposing Water-Level Responses: Field Effects as Separate Influences. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 63(1), 79-102. doi:10.1006/jecp.1996.0043
Lohaus, A., Thomas, H., Kessler, T., and Gediga, G. (1996). Decomposing Water-Level Responses: Field Effects as Separate Influences. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 63, 79-102.
Lohaus, A., et al., 1996. Decomposing Water-Level Responses: Field Effects as Separate Influences. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 63(1), p 79-102.
A. Lohaus, et al., “Decomposing Water-Level Responses: Field Effects as Separate Influences”, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, vol. 63, 1996, pp. 79-102.
Lohaus, A., Thomas, H., Kessler, T., Gediga, G.: Decomposing Water-Level Responses: Field Effects as Separate Influences. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 63, 79-102 (1996).
Lohaus, Arnold, Thomas, Hoben, Kessler, Thomas, and Gediga, Günther. “Decomposing Water-Level Responses: Field Effects as Separate Influences”. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 63.1 (1996): 79-102.