Remembering source evidence from associatively related items: explanations from a global matching model.

@article{Hicks2006RememberingSE,
  title={Remembering source evidence from associatively related items: explanations from a global matching model.},
  author={Jason L. Hicks and Jeffrey Starns},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  year={2006},
  volume={32 5},
  pages={1164-73}
}
The authors tested source memory across three conditions, one in which 3 strongly associated primes of a target word were presented in the same source as the target, one in which primes were presented in a different source than the target, and one in which no associates of targets were encoded. In the first 2 experiments, target source memory increased in the same-prime condition and decreased in the different-prime condition relative to the no-prime condition. In Experiment 3, the different… CONTINUE READING