Recognition memory with and without retrieval of context: an event-related potential study.

@article{Wilding1995RecognitionMW,
  title={Recognition memory with and without retrieval of context: an event-related potential study.},
  author={Edward L. Wilding and Michael C. Doyle and Michael D. Rugg},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={1995},
  volume={33 6},
  pages={743-67}
}
In two recognition memory tests subjects made initial old/new judgements and subsequently judged whether 'old' words had been presented auditorily or visually at study. Test words were presented visually in Experiment 1 and auditorily in Experiment 2. ERPs evoked at test by words correctly judged 'old' were separated according to whether they were correctly or incorrectly assigned to their study modality. In both experiments, ERPs to correctly assigned words were more positive than those evoked… CONTINUE READING
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