Item-specific effects in recognition failure: reasons for rejection of the Tulving-Wiseman function.

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The present paper addresses the problems of whether recognition failure of recallable words is a function of both recognition and recall, and whether recognition failure is restricted to a small and specifiable subset of study items. A meta-analysis of the Nilsson-Gardiner database (Nilsson & Gardiner, 1993) showed that recognition given recall was… (More)

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@article{Lian1998ItemspecificEI, title={Item-specific effects in recognition failure: reasons for rejection of the Tulving-Wiseman function.}, author={Arild Lian and ADM. Glass and R K Raanaas}, journal={Memory & cognition}, year={1998}, volume={26 4}, pages={692-707} }