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1 Gardner Michael K.Counselor recall of specific details: implications for counseling and counselor trainingA question of considerable interest within the social influence model (Strong, 1968) has been "How can one increase the likelihood of being viewed by the client as a credible professional?" Many counselor characteristics have been studied to determine their effects on perceived credibility; however,...Client; Salient; Sessions1988
2 Gardner Michael K.Word-frequency effect in lexical decision: finding a frequency-based componentSubjects making lexical decisions are reliably faster in responding to high-frequency words than to low-frequency words. This is known as the word frequency effect. We wished to demonstrate that some portion of this effect was due to frequency differences between words rather than to other dimensio...Stimulus; Interaction; Variance1987
3 Rudolph, Sidney; Gardner Michael K.Remote site instruction in physics: a test of the effectiveness of a new teaching technologyThis study tested the effectiveness of a remote site instructional system utilizing audio-graphic teleconferencing technology. The subject matter taught was high school level physics. The test site was Bountiful High School in Bountiful, Utah. The study consisted of a treatment-control group compari...Remote site instruction1986
4 Drews, Frank; Westenskow, Dwayne R.; Agutter, James A.; Strayer, David LeeDevelopment and evaluation of a anesthesia drug displayBACKGROUND: Usable real-time displays of intravenous anesthetic concentrations and effects could significantly enhance intraoperative clinical decision-making. Pharmacokinetic models are available to estimate past, present, and future drug effect-site concentrations, and pharmacodynamic models are a...Blood Pressure; Computer Graphics; Patient Simulation2002-03
5 Gardner Michael K.; Woltz, Dan J.Representation of memory for order of mental operations in cognitive tasksRecent research shows that people learning a cognitive task acquire a memory for the order of operations applied, independent of the data to which those operations were applied. We designed two experiments to show how this sequence memory is represented. Experiment 1 compared predictions based on...Cognitive skills; Operation sequences; Sequential skills2002
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