Reassessing the basis of the production effect in memory.

  title={Reassessing the basis of the production effect in memory.},
  author={Glen E Bodner and Alexander Taikh},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  volume={38 6},
The production effect refers to a memory advantage for items studied aloud over items studied silently. Ozubko and MacLeod (2010) used a list-discrimination task to support a distinctiveness account of the production effect over a strength account. We report new findings in this task--including negative production effects--that better fit with an attributional account of this task. According to the attributional account, list judgments are influenced by recognition memory, knowledge of the… CONTINUE READING
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