Controlled retrieval processing in recognition memory exclusion tasks.

  title={Controlled retrieval processing in recognition memory exclusion tasks.},
  author={Carina S Fraser and Nicole C Bridson and Edward L. Wilding},
  journal={Brain research},
ERPs were acquired in the test phases of two memory tasks where three classes of word were presented: (i) words encountered in a study phase (studied words), (ii) words presented at test for the first time (new words), and (iii) new words repeated after a lag of 7-9 words (repeated test words). In Experiment 1, participants responded on one key to studied words (targets) and on a second to repeated test words (non-targets) as well as to new words. In Experiment 2, participants responded on one… CONTINUE READING

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