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Interpreting the influence of implicitly activated memories on recall and recognition.
: A model concerning the influence of implicitly activated information on cued recall and recognition is presented. The model assumes that studying a familiar word activates its associates andExpand
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Implicit memory: effects of network size and interconnectivity on cued recall.
Previous findings have indicated that the recall of a recently studied word is affected by how many associates it has in long-term memory (set size). The purpose of these experiments was to determineExpand
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Interpreting the influence of implicitly activated memories on recall and recognition.
A model concerning the influence of implicitly activated information on cued recall and recognition is presented. The model assumes that studying a familiar word activates its associates and createsExpand
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Is the Concreteness Effect a Result of Underlying Network Interconnectivity
Abstract Two general classifications of theoretical explanations for concreteness effects are evaluated. Process theories are those that emphasize the nature of the processing initiated by the studyExpand
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Implicit Memory and Word Ambiguity
Abstract Previous research has indicated that in the cued recall task, words with few preexisting associates are more likely to be recalled than words with many preexisting associates. Since thisExpand
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The Changing Construct of Computer Anxiety for Younger and Older Adults.
Abstract A revalidation of a previously developed computer anxiety scale (Marcoulides, 1989) indicated changes in the factor structure for both younger and older adults. Two factors emerged — DirectExpand
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A Sweet Way to Teach Students about the Sampling Distribution of the Mean
In this article, we describe a hands-on, in-class demonstration using M&M's® candy to illustrate the concept of the sampling distribution of the mean. With the class serving as the population, eachExpand
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Sentence encoding and implicitly activated memories
Some words have fewer direct associates than others, and, when words varying in set size are studied in a list-learning task, those with smaller sets are more likely to be recalled. This setsizeExpand
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Using a Videotape Clip to Demonstrate the Fallibility of Eyewitness Testimony
This classroom demonstration uses a readily available videotape clip of a robbery to introduce the topic of eyewitness testimony. Students view the videotape clip and, after a delay, complete aExpand
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