The research on divers who remembered more when their learning conditions (being on land or in the water) matched their recall conditions (being on land or in the water) supports: levels of processing. the encoding specificity principle. the existence of working memory. state-dependent retrieval.
The encoding specificity principle
The encoding specificity principle is the principle that is related to human memory. This principle states that the human memory can be strongly retrieved when the external conditions like emotional cues at the time of retrieval are similar to those memories that are in existence. For example, a happier memory can be easily retrieved during the happy condition and the sad feeling can be easily retrieved when a person is in a sad condition.
There is some condition where this principle is applicable:Learning under water and retrieval will occur under the water. Learning underwater and recalling on the shore Learning on the sand and recalling underwater.
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