Experimental manipulation of prior experience: Effects on item and associative recognition.

Abstract

Frequency of exposure to very low- and high-frequency words was manipulated in a three-phase (familiarisation, study, and test) design. During familiarisation, words were presented with their definition (once, four times, or not presented). One week (Experiment 1) or one day (Experiment 2) later, participants studied a list of homogeneous pairs (i.e., pair… (More)

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@article{Chalmers2003ExperimentalMO, title={Experimental manipulation of prior experience: Effects on item and associative recognition.}, author={Kerry A Chalmers and Michael S. Humphreys}, journal={Memory}, year={2003}, volume={11 3}, pages={233-46} }