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EPISODE CONSTRUCTION IN THE PROCESS OF UNDERSTANDING OF “INCONSISTENT” INFORMATION

  • SUZUKI Takako
    The Doctoral Research Course in Human Culture Ochanomizu University

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  • 一見矛盾する情報の理解過程における事例構成
  • イッケン ムジュンスル ジョウホウ ノ リカイ カテイ ニ オケル ジレイ コ
  • EPISODE CONSTRUCTION IN THE PROCESS OF UNDERSTANDING OF ^|^ldquo;INCONSISTENT^|^rdquo; INFORMATION

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Abstract

The purpose of this study was to examine the process of episodic understanding of information judged to be inconsistent. The first study examined the relation between information and episodes. The results showed that transforming information had effects on the distribution of the types of episodes. It was suggested that episodes were made so as to deny the first interpretation of information. The second study examined the effect of awareness of premises on the alteration of interpretation. The results showed that hint groups produced a greater variety of episodes and shorter responding time than non-hint groups. It was suggested that the awareness of premises improved the performance of altering interpretation. From these results, a hypothesis on the process of the alteration of interpretation may be recommended: i. e. an inconsistent information, first, after being aware of the tacit premises, then a subject doubts those premises, to finally resolve the conflict through constructing episodes denying such premises.

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