Memory representation of alphabetic position and interval information.

@article{Jou1999MemoryRO,
  title={Memory representation of alphabetic position and interval information.},
  author={Jerwen Jou and J. Wayne Aldridge},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  year={1999},
  volume={25 3},
  pages={680-701}
}
The authors conducted 3 sets of experiments. In the 1st set of experiments, participants made alphabetic position estimations. In the 2nd set, participants made interletter distance estimations. In the 3rd set, they made comparative judgments of the alphabetic order of a pair of letters. The results showed that participants had highly accurate ordinal level information about the alphabet in memory but that interval level information was systematically distorted. In addition, alphabetic serial… CONTINUE READING

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