Effects of repetition and response deadline on associative recognition in young and older adults.

@article{Light2004EffectsOR,
  title={Effects of repetition and response deadline on associative recognition in young and older adults.},
  author={Leah L. Light and Meredith M Patterson and Christie Chung and M. J. R. Healy},
  journal={Memory & cognition},
  year={2004},
  volume={32 7},
  pages={1182-93}
}
The present study examined the joint effects of repetition and response deadline on associative recognition in older adults. Young and older adults studied lists of unrelated word pairs, half presented once (weak pairs) and half presented four times (strong pairs). Test lists contained old (intact) pairs, pairs consisting of old words that had been studied with other partners (rearranged lures), and unstudied pairs (new lures), and participants were asked to respond "old" only to intact pairs… CONTINUE READING

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