- Milena Av. Akopova
- Branch of the Stavropol State Pedagogical Institute
- The study of the influence of perception of different information sources on the mnemic processes of students
- Akopova M.A. The study of the influence of perception of different information sources on the mnemic processes of students. Vestnik of Kostroma State University. Series: Pedagogy. Psychology. Sociokinetics, 2022, vol. 28, № 4, pp. 57-64. https://doi.org/10.34216/2073-1426-2022-28-4-57-64
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In the modern world, the role of information and digital technologies on our lives is so great that it is difficult to deny their influence on the psychological characteristics of people. The problem of the influence of various information sources used by modern people (from classical printed sources to smartphones) on their cognitive functions, including memory processes, seems very relevant. Mnemic processes help us navigate information flows, quickly find the material we need to make a rational decision. This article attempts to study the influence of the type of information source on the quantitative characteristics of mnemic processes. A brief analysis of scientific research on the problem under consideration (Sparrow B., Leu D.J., Dutko N.P., Davydovsky A.G., Pishchova A.V., etc.) showed that there are certain correlations between mnemic processes and modern digital information technologies. In an experimental study conducted by us and described in this article, we studied the quality of memorization and reproduction of scientific and artistic text, works of fine art, provided they are perceived from printed and digital sources (smartphone). It is shown that the perception of information from a smartphone affects to a greater extent the quality of memorization of scientific and educational text.
information sources, mnemic processes, memory, perception, digital sources, paper sources, text memorization, visual memorization
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- Milena Av. Akopova, Candidate of Psychological Sciences, Branch of the Stavropol State Pedagogical Institute, Budennovsk, Russia, email@example.com, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6705-1329