Phonological short-term store and the nature of the recency effect: evidence from neuropsychology.

@article{Vallar1986PhonologicalSS,
  title={Phonological short-term store and the nature of the recency effect: evidence from neuropsychology.},
  author={Giuseppe Vallar and C Papagano},
  journal={Brain and cognition},
  year={1986},
  volume={5 4},
  pages={428-42}
}
The recency effect in immediate recall of lists of unrelated words was investigated in P.V., a left hemisphere-damaged patient, who had a grossly reduced auditory verbal span, attributed to a selective impairment of a phonological short-term store. No recency effect was evident in free recall of auditorily presented material. When the patient was instructed to recall the final items of the list first, the recency performance remained defective, even though P.V. was able to adopt a recall from… CONTINUE READING

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