Может ли наличие изображений быть модератором эффекта не-беглости при запоминании слов?
The disfluency effect was recently discovered, according to which it is possible to improve memorization by making fonts less legible. In a number of studies, the existence of this effect has been discussed, and the question about the possible existence of moderators for this effect has also been raised. In this paper, the presence of images accompanying text information was considered as a moderator for the disfluency effect. 40 words were shown to study participants; depending upon the experimental group, the presented words were written in either a fluent or disfluent font, and accompanied by images or not. A significant improvement in memory was found in the presence of images, but the disfluency effect was not detected, and the presence of images did not moderate this effect.