Part-set cuing of order information: implications for associative theories of serial order memory.

@article{Serra2000PartsetCO,
  title={Part-set cuing of order information: implications for associative theories of serial order memory.},
  author={Miquel {\`A}ngel Serra and J. Stuart Nairne},
  journal={Memory & cognition},
  year={2000},
  volume={28 5},
  pages={847-55}
}
In three experiments, the effect of cuing, at the point of test, on memory for order and/or position was investigated. Experiment 1 used a partial reconstruction of order task to demonstrate a mnemonic benefit of part-set cuing at the time of test; this result is used to argue that people may commonly use interitem associative information, rather than just position information, to help them remember serial order. Experiment 2 replicated these findings and simultaneously demonstrated the… CONTINUE READING

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