Fragmentary knowledge and the processing-specific control of structural sensitivity.

  title={Fragmentary knowledge and the processing-specific control of structural sensitivity.},
  author={John R. Vokey and Lee R. Brooks},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  volume={20 6},
Perruchet (1994) suggested that "neither a specific-item retrieval process nor abstractive capacity" is required to explain Vokey and Brooks (1992) results, which instead can be accounted for in terms of knowledge of item fragments. The literature contains 2 definitions of abstractive. Rejecting abstractive in the sense of nonliteral units requires rejecting the results of studies on changed-letter transfer, some of which do not need the control group Perruchet claims and thus stand, confirming… CONTINUE READING

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