Are regulatory strategies necessary in the regulation of accuracy? The effect of direct-access answers.

Abstract

Previous studies have shown that, when people asked to retrieve something from memory have the chance to regulate memory accuracy, the accuracy of their final report increases. Such regulation of accuracy can be made through one of several strategies: the report option, the grain-size option, or the plurality option. However, sometimes an answer can be… (More)
DOI: 10.3758/s13421-015-0534-2