Recollective experience in the revelation effect: separating the contributions of recollection and familiarity.

@article{Lecompte1995RecollectiveEI,
  title={Recollective experience in the revelation effect: separating the contributions of recollection and familiarity.},
  author={D C Lecompte},
  journal={Memory & cognition},
  year={1995},
  volume={23 3},
  pages={324-34}
}
The revelation effect is a phenomenon of recognition memory in which words presented for a recognition decision are more likely to be identified as previously studied if they are initially disguised and are then somehow revealed to the subject. The goal of the present experiments was to determine whether the revelation effect has similar or different influences on the conscious recollection of a previous encounter with a test item and on the feeling of familiarity evoked by a test item. The… CONTINUE READING

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