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For whom is a picture worth a thousand words? How does the visualizing cognitive style affect processing of news photos?
Unformatted Document Text:  Processing of news photos 24 Paivio, A. (1971). Imagery and verbal processes. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston. Parrott, C.A. (1986). Validation report on the verbalizer-visualizer questionnaire. Journal of mental imagery, 10, 39-42. Potter, M.C., & Levy, E.I. (1969). Recognition memory for a rapid sequence of pictures. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 81, 10-15. Rayner, K., & Pollatsek, A. (1992). Eye Movements and Scene Perception. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 46, 342-376. Richardson, A. (1977). Verbalizer-visualizer: a cognitive style dimension. Journal of Mental Imagery, 1, 109-126. Riding, R.J., & Ashmore, J. (1980). Verbaliser-imager learning style and children’s recall of information presented in pictorial versus written form. Educational Studies, 6, 141-145. Riding, R.J., Burton, D., Rees, G., & Sharratt, M. (1995). Cognitive style and personality in 12-year-old children. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 65, 113-124. Riding, R.J., & Sadler-Smith, E. (1992). Type of instructional material, cognitive style and learning performance. Educational Studies, 18, 323-340. Sadler-Smith, E. (1996). ‘Learning styles’ and instructional design. Innovations in Education & Training International, 33(4), 185-193. Schroeder, D.H. (1989). Is cognitive style bipolar? Paper presented in poster format at the 97th annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, August, New Orleans. Snow, R.E. (1989). Aptitude-treatment interaction as a framework for research on individual differences in learning. In Ackerman, P.L. Sternberg & R.J. (eds.) Learning and individual differences: Advances in theory and research. New York: W. H. Freeman/Times Books/ Henry Holt & Co., 13-59. Thorson, E.L. (1996). Using Eyes on Screen as a Measure of Attention to Television. In Annie Lang. (ed.) Measuring Psychological Responses to Media. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Thorson, E., & Mendelson, A.L. (May 1996). The impact of conventionality and role- congruency of newspaper photos of Hillary Rodham Clinton on attitudes and memory. International Communication Association annual conference, Chicago. Wanta, W. (1988). The effects of dominant photographs: an agenda-setting experiment. Journalism Quarterly, Spring, 107-111.

Authors: Mendelson, Andrew.
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Paivio, A. (1971). Imagery and verbal processes. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston.

Parrott, C.A. (1986). Validation report on the verbalizer-visualizer questionnaire. Journal
of mental imagery, 10, 39-42.

Potter, M.C., & Levy, E.I. (1969). Recognition memory for a rapid sequence of pictures.
Journal of Experimental Psychology, 81, 10-15.

Rayner, K., & Pollatsek, A. (1992). Eye Movements and Scene Perception. Canadian
Journal of Psychology, 46, 342-376.

Richardson, A. (1977). Verbalizer-visualizer: a cognitive style dimension. Journal of
Mental Imagery, 1, 109-126.

Riding, R.J., & Ashmore, J. (1980). Verbaliser-imager learning style and children’s recall
of information presented in pictorial versus written form. Educational Studies, 6, 141-145.

Riding, R.J., Burton, D., Rees, G., & Sharratt, M. (1995). Cognitive style and personality
in 12-year-old children. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 65, 113-124.

Riding, R.J., & Sadler-Smith, E. (1992). Type of instructional material, cognitive style
and learning performance. Educational Studies, 18, 323-340.

Sadler-Smith, E. (1996). ‘Learning styles’ and instructional design. Innovations in
Education & Training International, 33(4), 185-193.
Schroeder, D.H. (1989). Is cognitive style bipolar? Paper presented in poster format at
the 97th annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, August, New Orleans.

Snow, R.E. (1989). Aptitude-treatment interaction as a framework for research on
individual differences in learning. In Ackerman, P.L. Sternberg & R.J. (eds.) Learning and
individual differences: Advances in theory and research
. New York: W. H. Freeman/Times
Books/ Henry Holt & Co., 13-59.

Thorson, E.L. (1996). Using Eyes on Screen as a Measure of Attention to Television. In
Annie Lang. (ed.) Measuring Psychological Responses to Media. Hillsdale, New Jersey:
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Thorson, E., & Mendelson, A.L. (May 1996). The impact of conventionality and role-
congruency of newspaper photos of Hillary Rodham Clinton on attitudes and memory.
International Communication Association annual conference, Chicago.

Wanta, W. (1988). The effects of dominant photographs: an agenda-setting experiment.
Journalism Quarterly, Spring, 107-111.


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