Associative recognition: a case of recall-to-reject processing.

@article{Rotello2000AssociativeRA,
  title={Associative recognition: a case of recall-to-reject processing.},
  author={Caren M. Rotello and E. Heit},
  journal={Memory & cognition},
  year={2000},
  volume={28 6},
  pages={
          907-22
        }
}
Two-process accounts of recognition memory assume that memory judgments are based on both a rapidly available familiarity-based process and a slower, more accurate, recall-based mechanism. Past experiments on the time course of item recognition have not supported the recall-to-reject account of the second process, in which the retrieval of an old item is used to reject a similar foil (Rotello & Heit, 1999). In three new experiments, using analyses similar to those of Rotello and Heit, we found… CONTINUE READING
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