Processing fluency affects subjective claims of recollection.

  title={Processing fluency affects subjective claims of recollection.},
  author={Brian P Kurilla and Deanne L Westerman},
  journal={Memory & cognition},
  volume={36 1},
Previous studies that have used the remember-know paradigm to investigate subjective awareness in memory have shown that fluency manipulations have an impact on "know" responses but not on "remember" responses (e.g., Rajaram, 1993), a finding typically accounted for by invoking inferential processing in judgments of familiarity but not of recollection. However, in light of several researchers' criticisms of this procedure, as well as findings documenting the influence of processing fluency on… CONTINUE READING

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