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Editorial Comment I felt stupid repeating this. Restatement of Scene Content They proceed to talk about how they feel about Monica and Storey. Copyrighted Material Chapter 3 26 30 25 . , '"' 20 • 15 0 ... I: EXPLANATORY NON EXPLANATORY 4J 1: 10 o Rote Gist ACTORS Rote Gist NOVICES FIG. 1. Mean number of utterances generated by actors and novices classified as either explanatory or nonexplanatory statements. From "The Role of Explanations and Plan Recognition in the Learning of Theatrical Scripts," by H.
Statements that were illegible or contained too little information to be classified were scored as ambiguous. Reliability of Coding. All utterances were coded by one judge (the experimenter). A randomly selected subset consisting of 36 protocols was scored by two independent raters who were blind with respect to the participant's group or condition. 98 for explanatory vs. 0 for characterization vs. externals). The only exception was silent speech vs. 88. However, as pointed out earlier, silent speech is not a separate category, but an elaborative device used by many actors to express how their character interacts with other characters or with the given situation.
440. Copyright© 1991 by Ablex Publishing Corporation. Reprinted with permission. not mutually exclusive, they were treated as such so that the interrater agreement could be calculated for interactions phrased as silent speech versus interactions described directly. 88 was achieved. Disagreements were resolved through discussion. Differences Between Experts and Novices Idea units in each category were tabulated for each participant. The first major question was whether actors constructed more explanatory elaborations than novices.