An asymmetric effect of relational integration on recognition memory

@article{Jones2008AnAE,
  title={An asymmetric effect of relational integration on recognition memory},
  author={Lara L. Jones and Z. Estes and R. Marsh},
  journal={Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology},
  year={2008},
  volume={61},
  pages={1169 - 1176}
}
Two experiments assessed whether conceptual relations (e.g., contains: cookie jar) facilitate the retrieval of concepts (e.g., cookie and jar) from long-term memory. The CARIN model of nominal combination asserts that conceptual relations are represented with and selected from the modifier noun (cookie). Thus, the model predicts that relational integration will facilitate memory for modifiers but not for head nouns (jar). In Experiment 1, concepts were studied in pairs and were then tested… Expand
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