Conjunction errors and semantic transparency.

@article{Wong2010ConjunctionEA,
  title={Conjunction errors and semantic transparency.},
  author={Mungchen Wong and Caren M. Rotello},
  journal={Memory & cognition},
  year={2010},
  volume={38 1},
  pages={47-56}
}
Memory conjunction errors occur when aspects of two different events are falsely recognized or recalled as having occurred as parts of the same event. One theoretical account of conjunction errors is rooted in traditional dual-process models of recognition judgments, in which responses are based on an item's familiarity or the retrieval of recollected details associated with the encoding of that item. We manipulated the familiarity of test probes by varying their semantic overlap with studied… CONTINUE READING

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