ERP ‘old/new’ effects: memory strength and decisional factor(s)

@article{Finnigan2002ERPE,
  title={ERP ‘old/new’ effects: memory strength and decisional factor(s)},
  author={Simon Finnigan and Michael S. Humphreys and Simon Dennis and Gina Malke Geffen},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2002},
  volume={40},
  pages={2288-2304}
}
Event-related potentials (ERPs) were recorded while subjects made old/new recognition judgments on new unstudied words and old words which had been presented at study either once ('weak') or three times ('strong'). The probability of an 'old' response was significantly higher for strong than weak words and significantly higher for weak than new words. Comparisons were made initially between ERPs to new, weak and strong words, and subsequently between ERPs associated with six strength-by… CONTINUE READING

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