The Positive Effects Of Writing Practice On Integration Of Foreign Words In Memory
Abbreviated Journal Title
J. Educ. Psychol.
The effect of copying foreign language vocabulary words and/or pronouncing them aloud while attempting to learn their English counterparts was investigated in three experiments. Results were interpreted as supporting the view that copying foreign language words assists in the formation of memory codes for their written forms.
Journal of Educational Psychology
Thomas, Margaret Hanratty and Dieter, John N., "The Positive Effects Of Writing Practice On Integration Of Foreign Words In Memory" (1987). Faculty Bibliography 1980s. 935.