In defense of the signal detection interpretation of remember/know judgments

@article{Wixted2004InDO,
  title={In defense of the signal detection interpretation of remember/know judgments},
  author={J. Wixted and V. Stretch},
  journal={Psychonomic Bulletin & Review},
  year={2004},
  volume={11},
  pages={616-641}
}
Donaldson (1996) argued that remember/know judgments can be conceptualized within a signal detection framework by assuming that they are based on two criteria situated along a strength-of-memory decision axis. According to this model, items that exceed a high criterion receive a remember response, whereas items that only exceed a lower criterion receive a know response. Although a variety of findings have been presented in evidence against this idea, Dunn (2004) recently showed that detection… Expand
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