Jacinthe LeBlanc

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In immediate serial recall, high-frequency words are better recalled than low-frequency words. Recently, it has been suggested that high-frequency words are better recalled because of their better long-term associative links, and not because of the intrinsic properties of their long-term representations. In the experiment reported here, recall performance(More)
Ipsilateral acoustic reflex thresholds were measured at 1,000 Hz and 2,000 Hz in 38 subjects with normal hearing and in 107 subjects with a symmetrical sensorineural hearing loss. Acoustic reflex thresholds were approximately six dB better for ipsilateral vs. contralateral stimuli for both subject groups. High ipsilateral reflex thresholds were associated(More)
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