Presentation on theme: "Sleep-dependent Memory Experiment: Final Test Kimberly M. Fenn, Ph.D David Zachary Hambrick, Ph.D Department of Psychology, Michigan State University To."— Presentation transcript:
Sleep-dependent Memory Experiment: Final Test Kimberly M. Fenn, Ph.D David Zachary Hambrick, Ph.D Department of Psychology, Michigan State University To start the presentation, press “F5” on your keyboard or click on “Slide Show” (on the tool bar) and then click the leftmost button, “From Beginning”. When the presentation begins, press the space bar to start the experiment.
This is the final test. You will now be tested on your memory for the word pairs that you studied in the previous session. Please take out your morning answer sheet. On each trial, you will be presented with the first word of a pair. Please write down the second word of the pair. For example, if POLICE - CAR was shown earlier, you will now see: POLICE - ??? You should write CAR on your answer sheet. In this test, you will not be shown the correct response. Good luck! Press the space bar to advance to the first trial Welcome back to the Sleep-dependent Memory Experiment!
Thank you for Participating in the Sleep Memory Experiment! The experiment is now complete. You may now score your responses from both tests and calculate your sleep-dependent memory score. If you have any questions, please contact Kimberly Fenn, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Michigan State University, at email@example.com@msu.edu Press Esc to exit presentation mode