Recollections of things schematic: room schemas revisited.

  title={Recollections of things schematic: room schemas revisited.},
  author={James M. Lampinen and Stella M Copeland and Jeffrey S. Neuschatz},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  volume={27 5},
In 2 experiments, the authors examined the effects of schemas on the subjective experience of remembering. Participants entered a room that was set up to look like a graduate student's office under intentional or incidental learning conditions. They later took a recognition memory test that included making remember-know judgments. In Experiment 1, they were tested during the same session; in Experiment 2 they were tested either during the same session or after a 48-hr delay. Consistent with the… CONTINUE READING

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