Janna Belser-Ehrlich

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Imagery encoding effects on source-monitoring errors were explored using the Deese-Roediger-McDermott paradigm in two experiments. While viewing thematically related lists embedded in mixed picture/word presentations, participants were asked to generate images of objects or words (Experiment 1) or to simply name the items (Experiment 2). An encoding task(More)
In the two experiments reported here the basis of the beneficial effects of generating images on false recognition errors is investigated. Acts of generating (descriptions, images, or both) were manipulated while examining the effects of the source of descriptions guiding imagery generations (participant vs peer). False recognition errors were relatively(More)
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