Modeling fan effects on the time course of associative recognition.

@article{Schneider2012ModelingFE,
  title={Modeling fan effects on the time course of associative recognition.},
  author={Darryl W. Schneider and John R. Anderson},
  journal={Cognitive psychology},
  year={2012},
  volume={64 3},
  pages={127-60}
}
We investigated the time course of associative recognition using the response signal procedure, whereby a stimulus is presented and followed after a variable lag by a signal indicating that an immediate response is required. More specifically, we examined the effects of associative fan (the number of associations that an item has with other items in memory) on speed-accuracy tradeoff functions obtained in a previous response signal experiment involving briefly studied materials and in a new… CONTINUE READING
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