Initial storage of unfamiliar objects: examining memory stores with signal detection analyses.

@article{Marsolek2005InitialSO,
  title={Initial storage of unfamiliar objects: examining memory stores with signal detection analyses.},
  author={Chad J. Marsolek and E. Darcy Burgund},
  journal={Acta psychologica},
  year={2005},
  volume={119 1},
  pages={81-106}
}
The memory source(s) underlying performance of the object decision task were examined. Application of signal detection theory with independent indices of sensitivity and bias indicated that greater object decision sensitivity (possible vs. impossible object discrimination) is observed for primed than for unprimed objects and a greater bias to respond "possible" is observed for primed than for unprimed objects. To test whether a single memory store underlies the two effects, we assessed whether… CONTINUE READING
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