Recognition and recall-like processes in the long-term reconstruction of order.

@article{Whiteman1994RecognitionAR,
  title={Recognition and recall-like processes in the long-term reconstruction of order.},
  author={Howard L. Whiteman and J. Stuart Nairne and Miquel {\`A}ngel Serra},
  journal={Memory},
  year={1994},
  volume={2 3},
  pages={275-94}
}
Four experiments examined whether the recovery of an item's position in a sequence taps processes similar to recognition and/or recall. Across the experiments, subjects either recalled, recognised, or made position judgements about list items that differed in word frequency. Typical word frequency effects were found in recall and recognition, but frequency failed to affect measures of position memory consistently across the four experiments. Despite the apparent procedural similarities across… CONTINUE READING
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