Effects on Frequency Judgments of Words and Sentences '

@inproceedings{Jacoby2005EffectsOF,
  title={Effects on Frequency Judgments of Words and Sentences '},
  author={Larry L. Jacoby},
  year={2005}
}
A series of simple sentences (containing a single adjective, a noun, and a verb) were presented on a study trial. Presentation frequency of words comprising sentences was varied by presenting either repetitions of intact sentences or by recombining words from sentences for repetition in new sentences. Thus, modifiers (adjectives and verbs) accompanying repetitions of a given noun were either identical or different for each repetition. Following repetition of intact sentences, frequency… CONTINUE READING

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