DISSOCIATIONS BETWEEN CATEGORIZATION AND RECOGNITION IN AMNESIC AND NORMAL INDIVIDUALS : An Exemplar-Based Interpretation

@inproceedings{NosofskyDISSOCIATIONSBC,
  title={DISSOCIATIONS BETWEEN CATEGORIZATION AND RECOGNITION IN AMNESIC AND NORMAL INDIVIDUALS : An Exemplar-Based Interpretation},
  author={Robert M. Nosofsky and Safa R. Zaki}
}
247 In recent work, the finding of dissociations between categorization and recognition in amnesic and normal individuals has been taken as evidence of multiple memory systems mediating these tasks. The present research provides support for the alternative idea that these dissociations can be interpreted in terms of a single-system exemplar-memory model that makes allowance for parameter differences across groups. In one experiment, a parameter change in memory sensitivity was induced by… CONTINUE READING
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